Scientists May Have Found the Source of the Largest Stonehenge Stones

Stonehenge has long captivated the world’s attention. The mysterious stones have been a tourist attraction since well before the term “tourist” was even coined. The largest of these massive stones measures around 30-feet-tall, which is impressive considering that the “henge” (large round monuments) was created during the Neolithic period. The period is considered to have begun around 12,000 years ago and ended around 1,200 BC, meaning that this monument predates any kind of heavy equipment and was created around the same time as the dawn of human agriculture. Now, scientists have found new information that could explain more about this famous monument.