A River In Antarctica
The Sahara desert used to be fertile – and that’s in modern history…
Meanwhile camels used to live within the Arctic Circle, and hippos swam in English rivers.
Not quite on the same scale of time (unless you believe in recent crustal displacements), but down at the South Pole there once was a river:
The above map shows what Antarctica would look like if you removed the two miles (deep) of ice sitting above it. Underneath the Lambert Glacier is a river. And it is a big river – remember this is a map of a continent!
Full story at the Daily Mail.