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Remains of 500 Humans Found in ‘Lake of Bones,’ So Remote It Takes 5 Days to Hike There

A 1942 archeological discovery at a lake in India left researchers stunned. In Roopkund Lake, located near the country's border with Nepal, a forest ranger stumbled across a startling scene. Human bones were found to be strewn across the lake, leading it to be called the "Skeleton Lake" or "Lake...

A 1942 archeological discovery at a lake in India left researchers stunned. In Roopkund Lake, located near the country’s border with Nepal, a forest ranger stumbled across a startling scene. Human bones were found to be strewn across the lake, leading it to be called the “Skeleton Lake” or “Lake…

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