Bulldozer Operator Stumbles Upon Mammoth Skull In Oklahoma

Imagine being at work and stumbling, completely by chance, upon a mammoth discovery — a literal one, at that. That’s what happened last month to a bulldozer operator in northwestern Oklahoma, who found the remains of a Columbian mammoth while on the job. According to the Oklahoma Archeological Survey, the man was working at a sand pit near Alva when he made the surprise find. A partial mammoth skull (pictured above), along with two tusks, have since been unearthed from the area. “We don’t know the cause of death. There is no sign that people killed or butchered it,” archeologist

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