Project Mosul is a great use of crowdsourcing and modern technology to help reconstruct globally significant cultural heritage currently being destroyed through conflict.
Take a peek at the article (below) and help if you can, every little bit counts!
Red blood cells recovered from Ötzi the Iceman http://ow.ly/2YMQ1d
Anglo-Saxon skeleton shows leprosy may have spread to Britain from Scandinavia http://ow.ly/2YMQ1j
Miss King: During the 1936 excavations at Ocmulgee National Monument there was a series of publicity photos taken of the crews and surrounding areas. This photo was captioned “Miss King”. What do you think Miss King’s story is?
Preview: Indiana Jones and The Adventure of Archaeology @ National Geographic http://ow.ly/2YAum9
Joshua Tree NPS Cloudy skies made it hard to capture the Milky Way but the view was still incredible. #stars http://t.co/bTDDC03yw6
Purple Moose Basics on Twitter: “A dramatic sunset above Bryce Canyon National Park – #FindYourPark #Utah http://t.co/AG9wB8MlCz
Many Ancient Egyptian Animal Mummies Aren’t What They Appear To Be http://ow.ly/2YAum4
MT @NatGeoExplorers “Joy. Inspiration. A leaf covered in fungus. That’s the magic of #BioBlitz2015! #HawaiiVolcanoes pic.twitter.com/Iwg1CYQubb”
Nationalparks&more (@NatParksandmore) | Twitter http://ow.ly/N6XTZ