Lake Huron holds 9,000-year-old hunting blinds

A smaller, V-shaped hunting blind sits beneath Lake Huron. The prehistoric sites, along with more complex ones, provide information about how hunters may have worked together to kill caribou and other animals.

Courtesy of John O’Shea/ UMMAA

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