Archaeologists may have discovered another Skara Brae around half a mile from the world-famous Neolithic village.
Skara Brae is considered the best preserved Neolithic settlement in Western Europe with people first making their home there around 3,100BC.
It was discovered in 1850 when a storm exposed part of the coastal site. Now, almost 170 years later, coastal erosion may have uncovered its neighbour.
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