PRINEVILLE, Ore. (AP) — Researchers at Eastern Oregon University are analyzing prehistoric bones that were unearthed in a gravel pit in Prineville. The Bulletin reported Friday that the tusk, cranium and other bones likely belonged to a prehistoric mammoth or mastodon. It’s unclear why there aren’t more bones in the partially fossilized skeleton. Scientists will […]
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