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Scientists Discover Remains More Than 20,000 Years Old in Wyoming


2014-08-12    By Jordan Moses
Scientists Discover Remains More Than 20,000 Years Old in Wyoming
    Hundreds of prehistoric mammal fossils were discovered after scientists descended into a Wyoming cave. The Natural Trap Cave in the Bighorn Mountains revealed remains that date back as far as 20,000 years. Funded by National Geographic, the excavation will last for two years. Remains are expected to be shipped out to universities in the U.S. and Australia...

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