Bones found on island might be Amelia Earhart’s

Bones found on island might be Amelia Earhart’s
Three bone fragments were found on a deserted South Pacific island that lay along the course Amelia Earhart was following when she vanished. Scientists at the University of Oklahoma hope to extract DNA from the tiny bone chips to prove whether they are Earhart’s — who disappeared in her 1937 quest to become the first woman to fly around the world.
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Pacific island bone fragments might be Amelia Earhart’s
Scientists hope to extract DNA from three bone fragments turned up on a deserted South Pacific island that lay along the course Amelia Earhart was following when she vanished in 1937. Tests could prove Earhart died as a castaway after failing in her quest to become the first woman to fly around the world.
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Bones found on island might be Amelia Earhart’s
The three bone fragments turned up on a deserted South Pacific island that lay along the course Amelia Earhart was following when she vanished. Nearby were several tantalizing artifacts: some old makeup, some glass bottles and shells that had been cut open.
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