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Mammoth Skeleton Discovered Near Paris

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It turns out Paris has not only been the long-standing destination of choice for lovers, artists and tourists, but also for shaggy pre-historic elephants. French archeologists say they have marked a milestone after digging up a rare complete skeleton of a mammoth along the Changis-sur-Marne riverbanks near Paris.

Researchers at the National Institute for Preventive Archaeological Research (INRAP) told AFP Tuesday that the remains, which date back to some 200,000-500,000 years ago, include a femur, a complete pelvis, jawbones and four connected vertebrae.


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That's nice.. I can't wait to hear a news about the discovery of a big mammoth which is slightly bigger than the paraceratherium

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Mammoth roaned though out the worls dueing the Ice Age. The Columbian Mammoth was the largest and native to North American

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