Archaeologists have discovered a wooden Mayan canoe in southern Mexico.
The canoe is believed to be over 1000 years old.
Measuring just over 1.6 metres, the canoe was found in a freshwater pool near the ruined Mayan city of Chichen Itza.
The boat has been dated between 830-950 AD, towards the end of the Mayan civilisation’s golden age.
Experts don’t know why it was in a pool but they believed the canoe may have been used to extract water from a pool, or to make ritual offerings.
The boat was found during construction work on a new tourist railway known as the Maya Train.