Prehistoric Burial Ground in a South Dakota Cave Intrigues Scientists

[Excavations are to be started by the National Park Service in a South Dakota Cave which has been left untouched for the past 11000 years. The cave were discovered in 2004 but was a closely guarded secret to prevent marauding cave hunters and explorers from disturbing the site before it could be studied.

The National Park Service is set to begin excavating the mouth of a South Dakota cave that has been virtually untouched for nearly 11,000 years. According to the Porterville Recorder, the cave was discovered in 2004, but its existence was kept a secret so as to deter amateur cave explorers from disturbing the site before it could be studied.]

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