Monday, March 11, 2013

"Immature 'Bull Woolly Mammoth Tusk' pulled from the stream bed and from it's frozen grave in the permafrost layers at least ten thousand years ancient. This particular tusk was complete, and indeed I often wonder why no other bone or remnant of this particular specimen may be recovered but when thought is employed to study, it has been such a long period of time that has occurred when this fossil, most likely had been exposed before and perhaps in numerous occasions, scattering the entire skeleton centuries ago.  It is highly likely this young Mammoth had died due to spring ice breakup, as so many adolescent tusks and bone are commonly uncovered in this most remote preserved subterranean Ice Age."

1 comment:

  1. I repeat, it is soooo good to see you posting again!