Copper bullets found in 70 million year old limestone.

Obertryn

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Bullets could easily get moved 100 meters below given an active enough construction site and tectonic plate shifting such as mini-earthquakes or underwater earthquakes (which the area in and around Crimea gets quite a few of). I'd strongly wager these are leftovers from World War II or maybe World War I. Depending on the bullet make, it could even be the Crimean War.
 

KorbenDallas

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I personally think that limestone was formed around these bullets some time in the 19th century. I would love to see what the reconstructed shape of these bullets looks like, and what known bullets we could match them to.
 

EmmanuelZorg

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Looks more like 20th Century rifle projectiles to me (earlier ones seemed to be more blunt nosed, and this was changed early in the 20th Century for rifle rounds to be more pointed).

Maybe the 'official' explanation for these being in millions of years old limestone will shift to time travel, which is what Hollywood often does when it is out of ideas.
 
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