What He Found in His Soybean Field Was Pre-Historically Astounding

 

A soybean farmer in Chelsea, Michigan got more than he bargained for when he started digging a new cistern. Thinking he was pulling up a bent fence post, he actually found a nearly complete woolly mammoth skeleton. Fewer than a dozen skeletons of these creatures from America’s history have been found in Michigan, and University of Michigan researchers continue to excavate bones from the property.

The researchers believe that this mammoth was killed by humans around 10,000-15,000 years ago.

(Source: Rare)

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