A historical group in Northern Ireland helped discover an ancient man-made island settlement near Lough Neagh.
The discovery was made by members of the Loup Historical Society.
Warm weather during the lockdown dried up a swamp area in south Londonderry that had hidden the man-made island known as a crannog.
Archaeologists say it’s potentially important because it’s made of stone, while most crannogs found in Northern Ireland are made of wood or clay.
Video journalist: Niall McCracken