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Twitter Thread: Dog Makes Incredible Archeological Discovery

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    Dog - Marina Amaral ... @marinamaral2 On September 12, 1940, a French teenager took his dog for a walk - a simple everyday event, but it was to lead to one of the most stunning archaeological discoveries of all time. Robot, the dog, ran into a hole created by a fallen tree. Ravidat threw some stones into the hole. 4:07 PM - Sep 12, 2021 - Twitter Web App 3,462 Retweets 398 Quote Tweets 15.2K Likes

    As if we needed any more evidence that dogs are the goodest boys in the whole wide world, now they are also out here making archeological discoveries. It does not matter whether he found it on purpose or not, the universe wanted this boy to be famous and even more amazing than before, and we support that. 

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    Outerwear - Marina Amaral ... @marinamaral2 Returning later with some friends and a teacher he climbed down the hole and began to explore. 4:07 PM - Sep 12, 2021 · Twitter Web App 209 Retweets 4 Quote Tweets 3,060 Likes

    And remember, the creature that gets all of the credit for this amazing discovery is the doggo who stumbled into that hole. That is the most important thing to take away from this story, the rest of which you can read right here. The dog though, always remember to credit the dog when talking about this story. 

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    Organism - Marina Amaral @marinamaral2 The boys discovered what were to become known as the Lascaux cave paintings - estimated to be between 17,000 to 20,000 years old and excitedly described by experts as "the cradle of art". Over 600 parietal wall paintings cover the interior walls and ceilings of the cave. 4:07 PM - Sep 12, 2021 - Twitter Web App 620 Retweets 26 Quote Tweets 6,480 Likes
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    Font - Marina Amaral ... @marinamaral2 Read more: bit.ly/3TDS2ZZ 4:07 PM - Sep 12, 2021 - Twitter Web App 278 Retweets 6 Quote Tweets 3,928 Likes
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    Font - Marina Amaral ... @marinamaral2 Can we stop for a second to appreciate the fact that a dog basically made one of the most impressive archeological discoveries of all time 4:31 PM - Sep 12, 2021 - Twitter Web App 718 Retweets 48 Quote Tweets 11.4K Likes
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    Font - jack @axre91a Replying to @marinamaral2 I tell my students this story and the first question they ask usually has to do if Robot the dog was OK or not after falling in the hole. 4:41 PM - Sep 12, 2021 - Twitter for Android
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    Rectangle - Katy Downey @lotuspad Replying to @marinamaral2 It make you wonder what other paradigm shifting discoveries are yet to be made. 5:11 PM Sep 12, 2021 - Twitter for iPhone
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    Font - BJ ... @timeslip22 Replying to @marinamaral2 I didn't know this extraordinary find was made by a boy and his dog. How strange to think that it took so long for someone to stumble upon it. 4:31 PM - Sep 12, 2021 · Twitter Web App
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    Dog - jamie d @jamspangle Replying to @marinamaral2 Same energy Pickles (dog) 刘 占 ☆ Not to be confused with Mr. Pickles. Pickles (born 1962 or 1963; died 1967) was a black and white collie dog, known for his role in finding the stolen Jules Rimet Trophy in March 1966, four months before the 1966 FIFA World Cup was scheduled to kick off in England. Pickles

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