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Wednesday, August 12, 2015

20,000 year old mammoth fossil was found in Switzerland

At the end of July 2015, construction workers in the town of Rotkreuz, Switzerland, discovered the fossil bones of giant elephant or mammoths, who once inhabited the land of Switzerland on millions of years ago.
Construction workers in Switzerland find the mammoth skeletal remains. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1grXjDA)
Mammoth fossils allegedly more than 20,000 years old found in the midst of a building project in the city of Rotkreuz, Switzerland.
Senior excavator Jochen Reinhard measuring the tusk. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1grXjDA)
Renata Huber from the Ministry of Culture and Archaeology Switzerland said that the mammoth fossil discovery was interesting. Because the discovery of mammoth fossils last occurred 50 years ago.

However, unfortunately, although the entire area where the discovery of the mammoths fossils that have been investigated, the team could not get the whole mammoth bones to reconstruct them in their entirety, as was previously done on the mammoth fossil findings in Zurich.

Until now, experts are trying to investigate the age of the fossil mammoth sure are then used as the data related to the study of ancient inhabitants of species millions of years ago. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | NEWS SOFTPEDIA]
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