After a full day of digging through a soybean field near Chelsea, Mich., researchers at the University of Michigan confirmed a farmer's fairly unusual discovery: a large set of bones belonging to a woolly mammoth.
Farmer finds woolly mammoth bones in Michigan field
A Nenets boy touches a mammoth carcass outside the Shemanovsky Museum in Russia. Photograph by Francis Latreille, International Mammoth Committee/National Geographic Weird! I wanna touch it too though!
Handout photo of the detail of the skull of the skeleton of a man found lying prone in the sediments of a lagoon west of Lake Turkana, Kenya, at a place called Nataruk. oldest evidence of human warfare found, Kenya about years ago.
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