Old bones

Comfort, Marianne
February 1998
New York State Conservationist;Feb98, Vol. 52 Issue 4, p8
Reports on the restoration of the skeleton of the Cohoes Mastodont which dates back to the Ice Age in New York state. Exhibition of the skeleton at the New York State Museum until 1976; Results of the carbon dating process which described the mastodont's history and lifestyle. INSET: Ice Age al dente..


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