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Photos: Mammoth skeleton unearthed.
A Texas family business has discovered a ‘90% complete’ mammoth skeleton in their gravel pit, after striking a 6ft long tusk with an excavator.
The find has been donated to the nearby Perot Museum, which is working to remove the skeleton, which is estimated to be a 9ft (2.7m) tall female which died between 20,000 to 60,000 years ago.
Colour-Stretched Visible-Light Composite of Saturn
Cassini image of Saturn taken at a range of 15.1 million miles (24.3 million kilometers) from the planet.
Credit: NASA, ESA and E. Karkoschka (University of Arizona)
July 30, 1922 (or, according to Napoleon’s Republican calendar, 12 Thermidor): Civil War re-enactors, eat your hearts out: Students of the St. Cyr Military School in Brittany, France, dressed like a Napoleonic battalion, complete with diminutive despot. Photo: The New York Times
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