113 million-year-old dinosaur footprints revealed in the bottomless dry river
The dinosaur footprints exposed in dried-up rivers in the US are one of the new historic findings during a prolonged global drought.
Several sets of human remains have been discovered at Lake Mead in Wyoming in recent months as water in the reservoir recedes.
In eastern Serbia, dozens of World War II German warships basked on the dwindling Danube.
A prehistoric stone circle called Spanish Stonehenge was exposed under the Valdecanas reservoir in Spain.
And 600-year-old Buddhist statues that have been found in the Yangtze River (China) are drying up.
Severe drought dried up a river in a Texas park exposing dinosaur footprints dating back about 113 million years.