In a California metro found the remains of mastodons age 10 thousand years
During the work on extension of metro Los Angeles, California, workers came across the bones of a mastodon, which became extinct about 10 thousand years ago. This writes Gizmodo.
It is noted that the skull, teeth, tusks and other fragments of the animal were found on the eve of thanksgiving (November 24), however this was not reported because it is impossible to establish their authenticity. The city authorities appealed to the paleontologists from other States to study findings. Scientists have also conducted additional scanning of the ground and found the remains of one individual.
At the moment, experts are studying animal bones. After that, they will be placed in the natural history Museum of Los Angeles.
Thursday, December 1, archaeologists discovered in the heart of Mexico city under the supermarket of an ancient Aztec temple dedicated to the mythical creature Quetzalcoatl, an incarnation of which was considered the God of wind Ehecatl.
The Purple Line Extension reaches its first destination: the Pleistocene Era https://t.co/uLr4MBOWyx pic.twitter.com/chtQCwSrNy
— Metro (@metrolosangeles) on December 1, 2016.