Young Boy Finds 10,000-Year-Old Arrowhead on New Jersey Beach
We have found some crazy things on the Jersey Shore, but this artifact might top it all!
Ten-year-old Noah Cordle and his family were on Long Beach Island on vacation. Noah was just playing in the sand when he unearthed something very sharp. He thought it was a crab at first, but later found it was an arrowhead.
His family took the object to the New Jersey State Museum in Trenton, where President Greg Lattanzi confirmed that the arrowhead probably dates back 8,000 to 11,000 years. He says it’s extremely rare for amateurs to find such artifacts. (Asbury Park Press).
Noah plans to donate the arrowhead to the museum, right after Noah shows it to his class.
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