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Curious Evidence Found in the Waco Mammoth National Monument

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Posted On 06/28/2020 09:25:36

Texas | Waco | National Monuments | Waco Mammoth National Monument | Mammoth Site | Dinosaurs | The Silos



Curious Evidence Found in the Waco Mammoth National Monument


    

The Waco Mammoth National Monument was established in 2015. It has some excellent examples of a mammoth herd stuck in a river bed and found in modern times. The mammoths have huge tusks and entire family groups have been found. Interestingly there are other prehistoric animals at the site as well such as a North American camel descendent. Although not large, this site is easily accessed from IH-35 and well worth a visit.

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Have you visited Waco, Texas?

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