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Ancient Bones in Guinness Record Book
7.06.2008 14:34
Ancient Bones in Guinness Record Book
Archidiskodon meridionalis

Russian archeologists want to submit unique bones of mammoths ancestor to Guinness Record Book as most credible exhibit in the world.
      Last autumn employees of Stavropol state local history museum found a skeleton of a fossil mammoths ancestor (southern elephant) Archidiskodon meridionalis Nesti, which lived about 1-1.8 million years ago. Lucky researchers found about 80% of animals body in well state of preservation.
      To that moment world museums boasted only 4 skeletons of said fossil elephants. Now there are five of them, moreover, two were found in the Stavropol Territory. Bones of the fossil giant will become centre of the new exposition.
      Source: Science & Life


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