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Thursday, July 20, 2006

Old Fossil Found in Michigan

Road crews working in Oakland County earlier this month unearthed the remains of a mastadon, an elephant like creature that became extinct shortly after humans arrived on the scene in the Great Lakes region 10,000 to 12,000 years ago.



But that wasn't the amazing part as the remains of 250 mastadons have been discovered in Michigan. What caught everybody by surprise was the other old relic (circled in the picture above) found at the dig site (see below). Carbon dating puts this find at 17,000 to 25,000 years old.


5 comments:

harry hasselhoff said...

I read they also unearthed a game program from ND's last bowl victory. Oh, snap!

Anonymous said...

This is your best post yet.

surrounded in columbus said...

Yost,
is the "new" one that Moeller implemented, which includes the foward pass (on long third downs)?
or is this the "old" one which Bo used, that had no passes at all?

Anonymous said...

really clicking on all cylinders now - genious!

agreed, this may be your 'best yet'.

please keep it up!

Anonymous said...

Wishbone set. 38 belly option on two, on two. Ready.... set.....