Archaeologists in Turkey have discovered the world's second oldest axe inside Antalya's Karain Cave, believed to be 350,000 years old. The Paleolithic archaeological site is located at Yağca Village 27 kilometers (17 miles) northwest of Antalya city in the Mediterranean region of Turkey. Harun Taşkıran, a professor at the Department of Archeology in Ankara University, said during the excavation process, they have found a sharp, two sided axe, equaling more or less to the size of a human hand, in the middle Paleolithic era layers of the cave. He said that the axe must have been used for hunting. Another similar axe was found in the same cave last year.