Woolly mammoth discovery in Michigan, USA


This video from the USA says about itself:

Woolly mammoth skeleton unearthed by Michigan farmers

3 October 2015

Two farmers in Michigan made an astonishing discovery when they unearthed the remains of a woolly mammoth while digging in a soybean field.

Experts say it is one of the most complete sets ever found in the state.

University of Michigan researchers say there is evidence the mammoth lived 11,700-15,000 years ago.

THE MAMMOTH COULD BE MAKING A COMEBACK “Dr. George Church, a molecular biologist at Harvard University who is working on such projects, estimates that a variation of the first new woolly mammoth (which disappeared some 4,000 years ago) may be born as soon as seven years from now.” [HuffPost]

Ohio, USA: Kid Who Casually Found a Woolly Mammoth Tooth on His Vacation Would Like to Get it Back: here.

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