Buried treasure, enter the CUNY Photo Challenge to win an iPad

Buried Treasure: 2015 Brooklyn College anthropology and archaeology professor Alfred Rosenberger led a team of divers in Madagascar that discovered an underwater lemur graveyard, the largest known collection of extinct lemur fossils to date. Rosenberger recently discovered an undersea lemur graveyard, thought to be the largest collection of fossils representing the now extinct giant lemurs. The research was funded in part by the National Science Foundation and the National Geographic Society.
Working with University of Massachusetts Professor Emerita Laurie Godfrey and an international team of eight cave divers, Rosenberger and his team explored inland flooded caves off the west coast of Madagascar.
Their is a CUNY Photo Challenge each month, just watch this video to find out how easy it is to enter . Use your camera to capture a compelling moment at the University and a chance to win an iPad. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=akiF6xZf2iE&feature=youtu.be


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