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Dog digs up 13,000-year-old mammoth tooth

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An energetic dog recently got his teeth on something that is thousands of years old.

Scout, an 8-month-old, is a typical yellow Labrador retriever.

But in September, his owner Kirk Lacewell said Scout dug up a shallow hole in his backyard and made a historic discovery.

"I noticed he was carrying something around in his mouth," Lacewell said.

Lacewell thought it was a piece of petrified wood or even a rock.

But, the next day, the pup was still carrying around his treasure.

"On the second day it made me think ‘this is odd. I wonder what's going on with this. I wonder what's special about that rock?’ " Lacewell thought.

http://www.wbtv.com/2018/11/29/dog-digs-up-year-old-mammoth-tooth/

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-6447647/Puppy-digs-13-000-year-old-mammoth-tooth.html

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GlitterRose

Who's a good boy?

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Jenn8779

Man... my dog is always digging holes. Couldn't she find something worth some money?! Even if it just covered the cost of her food for the year....lol

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Sameerr

Nice doggy. I love Mammoth as well as dogs.

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Captain Risky
On 03/12/2018 at 6:27 AM, Jenn8779 said:

Man... my dog is always digging holes. Couldn't she find something worth some money?! Even if it just covered the cost of her food for the year....lol

Our dog doesn’t do naughty things like that because we refuse to let him play with shovels. 

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jaylemurph

A basset hound would have found a complete skellington. 

Just sayin’. 

—Jaylemurph 

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