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Amphibian ‘death pit’ filled with 8,000 bones unearthed in Iron Age village
Some 8,000 frog and toad bones suggest a prehistoric amphibian tragedy killed hundreds of frogs in an Iron Age village.

Amphibian ‘death pit’ filled with 8,000 bones unearthed in Iron Age village,Some 8,000 frog and toad bones suggest a prehistoric amphibian tragedy killed hundreds of frogs in an Iron Age village.

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