Science and archaeology are amazing. They can help us develop a greater understanding of the world around us, and often result in fascinating and amazing discoveries.
At one such dig on the First Nation’s Menominee Reservation in Wisconsin, they found a small clay pot that contained 800-year-old seeds. Being inquisitive, they decided to try and plant some of the seeds.
#1. The Pot Is Discovered
#2. This Is What 800-Year-Old Seeds Look Like
#3. Students In Winnipeg, Canada Plant Some Seeds And This Is The Result!
#4. They Decided To Name The Squash Gete-Okosomin, Which Roughly Translates To “Big Old Squash”
#5. The Delicious Insides, Where New Seeds Are Being Harvested For Future Use!
#6. It’s Got ‘Big’ In Its Name For A Reason!