Research has shed new light on one of the most notorious natural disasters in history.
The shark skeleton is a short-finned mako (Isurus oxyrinchus), one of two living mako sharks.
Researchers think the woman's burial position shows that the people of the time performed burial procedures.
Archaeologists also found two animal skulls and three ceramic vessels at the site.
Cormorants, seals and flamingos were found to make up around 80 percent of the diet of three lionesses studied.
The active exoskeleton will be part of the third-generation soldier armor, slated to be completed in 2025.
The warrior was believed to be aged between 40 and 50 and his right arm had been amputated around the mid-forearm.
"This is the first time that any salmonella has been found in old human remains in Europe," one researcher said.
In 2003, a tiny humanoid skeleton with bizarre features was found in the Atacama desert. It was so unusual that some even speculated it was of extraterrestrial origin.
He survived the first showers of ash and rock, but was toppled as he tried to flee the city.
In 79 AD, this seven or eight year old child fled to the city's Central Baths for shelter.
Archaeologists believe that the arrow was either the cause of death or was placed there afterward symbolically.
Russian researchers have found what they think is a spear made from a mammoth tusk lodged inside the ribs of mammoth remains.
"It might be small, but it might be very important. Because that's how it started, with one little bone. And it helps us to understand our origins."
Gorm the Old gave the country of Denmark its name and now researchers can hold his skull in their hands.