Many of Egypt’s most famous monuments, such as the Sphinx and Cheops, contain hundreds of thousands of marine fossils, most of which are fully intact and preserved in the walls of the structures, according to a new study.
X-ray diffraction and radioactivity measurements revealed that the Egyptian monuments are filled with the fossils.
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