Mammoth bone found on Texel island


This video, recorded in Russia, says about itself:

The story of the discovery of the world’s most complete baby mammoth, as told by the man who found her.

Translated from Blik op Nieuws in the Netherlands today:

Texel – A forester has found a mammoth bone in the dunes of Texel.

The mammoths are from the ice age. When were no Texel dunes there yet.

The bone probably came from the North Sea and beached. Then someone found it and probably left it behind in the dunes.

The bone is a carpal bone from a mammoth’s foreleg.

Iowa Family Finds Mammoth Bones In Backyard: here.

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