ScienceWWII-era bomb discoverd in drought-stricken River Po

WWII-era bomb discoverd in drought-stricken River Po

Extreme drought brought on by record high temperatures in Europe has revealed an unexploded, WWII-era bomb nestled along the banks of Italy’s River Po.

Fishermen discovered the American-made bomb on July 25, near the northern Italian village of Borgo Virgilio, near the city of Mantua, according to Reuters (opens in new tab). The bomb appeared to have been submerged there for more than 70 years.

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