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This just in Atlantis-like structure discovered beneath Lake Taupō. Article below! This just in Atlantis-like structure discovered beneath Lake Taupō. Article below!
4 August
Ancient temple discovered in the depths of New Zealand’s largest lake.
Atlantis-like structure discovered beneath Lake Taupō.

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