Archeologists discovered artifacts at the Langfonne ice patch in the Jotunheim Mountains north of Oslo, Norway on Thursday, November 26. The team found a total of 68 arrows that were used in reindeer hunting more than 6,000 years ago. According to The Holocene journal, where the study is published, remains of reindeer antlers, Iron Age scaring sticks for reindeer hunting, and a 3,330-year-old leather shoe from the Bronze Age are among the arrows found. Lars Pilø, an archaeologist from the Innlandet County Council and the study’s lead author said, “With the ice now retreating due to climate change, the evidence for ancient hunting at Langfonne is reappearing from what is in essence a frozen archive.” The arrows are in poor condition based on further inspection, which made researchers believe that it was because of ice movement.