This caught my eye because once upon a time, I spent 9 days on a Blackbeard dive boat out of the port of Miami, and we sailed and dived within the Triangle. We also got becalmed there for two days. Not a breeze. Flat water. It is a spooky place. Had I not known its history, it still would have been a spooky place.
And then I saw the sting ray, and contrary to everything I've read, this made it into my book of non-fiction nature writing, and I swear to you, I didn't put any embellishment in there. Waltz on the Wild Side - An Animal Lhttp://www.blackbeard-cruises.com/over's Journal sometimes found on Amazon and used book sites since it's out of print.
I can only vouch for what I've read, but it seems logical to me that there are ancient discoveries to be made.
I remember coming up highway 395 in California and finding a chipping ground for paleoindians. It was glittering there in the sunlight by a bison jump.
There is so much we don't know - so don't arrogantly dismiss news such as this.