At the bottom of the North Sea, archaeologists from the University of Birmingham found the plain, which is about 10,000 years, according to the BBC. The once this plain with a river flowing through it linked the UK to Northern Europe. But 8,000 years ago, it was flooded by the melting glacier.
Now scientists along with engineers and Technical Sociology of trying to create its virtual three-dimensional reconstruction. During the reconstruction of flora scientists use pollen samples and fingerprints of plants raised with samples of rocks from the bottom of the sea. The ultimate goal of reconstruction — creating a three-dimensional image of the "bridge," which did Britain part of the European continent.