Bonus Segment: Spain's "Stonehenge" Revealed Thanks To Drought

Droughts are a bad thing, but in the case of Spain’s Valdecañas Reservoir, receding water levels have exposed a stone monument dating back to between four and five-thousand years ago. The site is located near the town of Peraleda de la Mata, and it’s normally submerged – and has stayed that way for about 60 years.

What to do? Move it!

Researcher say that now is the time to excavate and move the structure so that it can properly be preserved.

For more on this story check out today's bonus segment with Len Berman and Michael Riedel...