Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Meet the gomphothere: Archaeologists discover bones of elephant ancestor

 
   Phys.org
   July 14th, 2014
   (Link)
 
   Archaeologists have discovered artifacts of the prehistoric Clovis
   culture mingled with the bones of two gomphotheres – an ancient
   ancestor of the elephant – at an archaeological site in northwestern
   Mexico [Sonora].
 
    Map showing the location of Sonora, Mexico, South western
    California and the Channel Islands of California

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