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Archeology researcher Angela Micol has pinpointed two areas along the Nile basin, 90 miles apart, both containing unusual shaped mounds.
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Two areas along the Nile basin have been perceived as being a new siting of possible Egyptian pyramids. One of the pyramids could represent the largest ever discovered based on the size of its plateau. These mounds of earth seem to represent eroded material that has similar shapes and size that seems to make clear distinction that they represent ancient pyramids.