EUTOPIA
A 500-YEAR-OLD MAP SHOWS THE DETAILED COASTLINE OF ANTARCTICA UNDER THE ICE
For many years, scientific consensus has held that Antarctica has been covered with a thick sheet of ice for approximately one million years. However, more recent and accurate research suggests that the continent might have been inhabitable for much longer than scientists previously supposed and their work seems to have been validated by the discovery of an incredible map known as the Piri Reis map.