An apparently previously-undiscovered 'floating boulder' has been photographed for the first time by a Danish hiker in Southern Norway.

Southern Norway.
Southern Norway.

Nurse Mogens Eskesen found the huge rock while he was walking near Ljosland, and believes it may have stood there, undocumented, for around 10,000 years. Perched on top of a few small rocks, the massive boulder was most likely carried there as a result of a glacier moving; when the ice melted in the region around 12,000 years ago, the rock was uncovered and centuries of erosion resulted in just three small stones propping it up. Read more: thelocal.dk 

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