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Watch: Scientists discover a ‘Superhenge’ site

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Scientists have found a larger version of Stonehenge just one mile from the site of the famous Wiltshire stone monument.

About hundred stones were discovered using ground-penetrating radar technology. They sit beneath three feet of ground and are thought to be 4,500 years old - about the same age as the more famous henge down the road.

Here’s more from SkyNews.

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