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Two people walking along a riverbank stumbled across an ancient Native American dugout canoe thought to be up to 1,000 years old.
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Robert Cornett and Jeanna Bradle noticed the 33-foot-long craft sticking out of the mud on the Red River north of Shreveport in Louisiana two weeks ago.
The canoe, which weighs some 1,000 pounds and is three-foot-wide, is thought to be the largest ever found intact in the USA.
The landowner donated the craft to the state, and it will be displayed locally to Red River when it is ready.
Dugout canoes were first used during the European Stone Age around 8,000 years ago.They were made by felling a tree trunk and digging out enough wood so it was sufficiently buoyant but not enough to leave it weak.Complete trunks tend to preserve better than separate pieces of wood, so the canoes were very useful for long-term use for hunting and fishing.Our mens swimwear collection has been designed with only one objective: Style!With our outstanding prints and colours you'll be an eyecatcher on every beach - for sure!Due to its controversial and revealing design, the bikini was slow to be adopted.