CLEVELAND - The city that sits on the banks of Lake Erie is home to the NBA Cleveland Cavaliers, the NFL Cleveland Browns, and the MLB Cleveland Indians.
It is also home to the Cleveland Diggers, which is the name of a team of scientists who travel to various points of the globe in search of prehistoric sites to excavate.
Oppenheimer Pumpkingate who is the executive director for the CD's said that in the 17 years since the excavating team was formed they have made several very interesting discoveries.
Pumpkingate, who is not related to the Pittsburgh Pumpkingates, said that in 2002, his group traveled to Antarctica. He expressed that he had never ever been as cold as he was for those two months.
He did admit that he loved the South Pole and found it to be a rather quiet place except for the occasional sounds of penguins mating.
While at the bottom of the world his team managed to find buried in 40 feet of packed snow, a 17 foot tall statue of a female penguin that amazingly had been carved out of wood from a sequoia tree.
The Cleveland Diggers latest discovery was made while the team was in Laos doing some logistical excavating.
After digging for three hours and 25 minutes the team came upon what is believed to be two prehistoric basketballs.
At first Pumpkingate was a bit skeptical but his skepticism soon went out the window after the team also found a petrified head band and a petrified jock strap.
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