Two archaeological teams have dug up new evidence pointing to the fate of English colonists who mysteriously vanished from the North Carolina island 425 years ago, reports.
One collection of items appears to support the long-held theory that some colonists moved to Hatteras Island, about 50 miles southeast of Roanoke.
The map includes an "X" obscured by a patch and may have been a "'cover-up' ...
The "X" marked a site on Albemarle Sound, an estuary in North Carolina, where archaeologists recently discovered dozens of pottery pieces that resemble others found on Roanoke Island. Not really, because it's hard to date items precisely or know how they got there."What we’ve found is tantalizing," a volunteer says.The Center opened to the public on June 27, 2014 and a general Aquarium admission is all you need to visit.Chelsea Miller Public Relations Assistant NC Aquarium on Roanoke Island Meanwhile, back at the NC Aquarium at Fort Fisher, our hatchlings continue to grow, and quickly. Learn more in our Hatchling to Yearling lesson plan. Tell us about your experience in the comments below!The table is rolled into the examination room, where visitors watch the process through a viewing window, listen as the husbandry curator describes the procedure and ask their own questions.
This is one of the many activities happening at the Sea Turtle Assistance and Rehabilitation (STAR) Center at the NC Aquarium on Roanoke Island.
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A lifeguard jumped from the pier, swam the turtle to shore and it was brought to the STAR Center to recover.
Other turtles have suffered boat strike injuries and been snagged with fishing hooks.
Dating in Roanoke is not exactly a walk in the park.