Archaeologists have unearthed the remains of an ancient city and cemetery in Egypt that dates back to 5,316 B.C.E. during Egypt's First Dynasty. The ancient city was discovered at Abydos city in the Sohag governate.
The "wild animal" is yet to be located and identified, but officials believe it might be rabid and a carrier of a disease.
An Egyptian cemetery that archaeologists have been studying for decades apparently holds more than a million mummies, though where exactly all these burials came from remains a mystery, according to new research.