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Parrot Glacier
Parrot Glacier
1989 B.J. Corbin

The Parrot Glacier became an ark research hot spot when Fernand Navarra claimed to have found wood in this area in 1955. A SEARCH team expedition working with Navarra also reported discovering smaller pieces of wood in this area in 1969, which has been featured in films. There were also allegations that Navarra planted the wood himself. The wood was carbon dated to 1300-1700 years old, millenia from when Noah's Ark would have existed.

In July 1989, an Italian named Angelo Palego claimed to have discovered Noah's Ark on the edge of the Western Plateau at 4800 meters, and other objects at 4300 meters and 4065 meters down into the Parrot Glacier but Palego has no scientific evidence for this claims. Palego identifies his Parrot Glacier findings with that of French Ark researcher Fernand Navarra.

Any expedition interested in either of these sites, would conduct a thorough scientific sub-surface investigation of all the sites in the northwest area.

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