Changing sea levels: UK scientists look for prehistoric evidence

Maritime archaeologists on the southern coast of England are searching the mudflats for clues as to what life was like thousands of years ago.

    As climate change threatens our coastlines, scientists in the United Kingdom are looking to our prehistoric past for evidence of changing sea levels and how our ancestors tried to cope.

     

    Al Jazeera's Jessica Baldwin reports from Hampshire in southern England.


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