Drones find Buried Village

A research team has discovered the remains of a Native American village dating back 1,000 years ago in northeast New Mexico. Although the site is very small, it contains a number of artifacts illuminating religious and domestic practices of the time. The finding also confirms a long standing theory that the region is host to many archeological sites.

The team made their discovery using drones and state of the art thermo technology that detects temperature changes underground.  Researchers hope this technology will help them make similar discoveries in the future. To read more about the archeological site and the technology involved head to Science Daily. And to view more images of native American tribes go to Science Source. 

Native American Petroglyph

Native American Petroglyph

Drone Research

Drone Research