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How many times have you been working on your farm only to uncover the skeleton of a prehistoric mammoth? More than likely your answer is zero. For a farmer near Ann Arbor, Michigan, that answer is “one.â€ť
According to ABC 10 News, the farmer was installing a natural gas line in his wheat field when he made the discovery. University of Michigan researchers were called in to excavate. About 20 percent of the mammothâ€™s remains were found, as well as what is believed to be a stone tool. The research team believes that the animal was butchered and buried there by humans for future consumption.
Check out the video of the excavation:
Whatâ€™s the strangest thing youâ€™ve ever found on your farm?