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Iron Age remains unearthed on Isle of Wight

An Iron Age skeleton exposed by low tide has been found on the Isle of Wight. The bones of a woman who lived 2,000 years ago, and found in a bay off the Isle of Wight, are to be gifted to Island’s museum. Brothers, Hubert and Graham Smyth discovered the skeletal remains

Sunken WWII tanks studied

Tanks from WWII, which sank on the way to the D-Day landings near the Isle of Wight, are being studied in order to better protect them. The vessel was carrying two Centaur CS IV tanks, two armoured bulldozers designed to destroy any anti-tank devices on the beach, a jeep and other

Isle of Wight richest source of dinosaur remains

A new study is suggesting that the Isle of Wight is home to the one of the richest sources of "pick'n'mix" dinosaurs remains in the world. Weather conditions 130 million years ago have been suggested as one reason why thousands of small teeth and bones lie buried alongside bigger fossils.