Farmers Digging A Drainage Ditch Make A Mammoth Discovery!

While digging a drainage ditch in a soybean field in Michigan, two farmers found what they thought was and old, bent fence post. After closer examination, however, the two realized that their fence post was actually some sort of bone: woolly mammoth bone, to be specific. The farmers found the mammoth’s pelvis, along with two tusks and the skull. The mammoth is said to be nearly 15,000 years old, and could shine more light on primitive human beings in this area. Check out the following clip from CBS to learn more about this mammoth discovery.

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