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News Release, Kansas Geological Survey, Feb. 14, 2005

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Mammoth bones exposed in archaeological excavations at the Sherman County Paleoindian site. Evidence suggests that these bones may represent interaction between humans and mammoth 12,300 years ago (photograph by Rolfe Mandel).

Mammoth bones, several feet in length, exposed after excavation.

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Story by Rex Buchanan
Kansas Geological Survey, Public Outreach