Mammoth Bones Unearthed at Oregon State University

Construction workers have unearthed the bones of a mammoth and other Ice Age mammals on the Oregon State University football field.

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Theresa Hogue
Part of the pelvis of a mammoth found at an OSU construction site, Jan. 26, 2016.
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Loren Davis
After construction workers discovered mammoth bones and other ancient animal bones on site at Oregon State University's Valley Football Center, archaeologists stepped in to remove some of the bones.
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Loren Davis
After construction workers discovered mammoth bones and other ancient animal bones on site at Oregon State University's Valley Football Center, archaeologists stepped in to remove some of the bones.
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Loren Davis
After construction workers discovered mammoth bones and other ancient animal bones on site at Oregon State University's Valley Football Center, archaeologists stepped in to remove some of the bones.
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Theresa Hogue
Bones of a mammoth found at an OSU construction site, Jan. 26, 2016.
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Theresa Hogue
Workers from Hunt-Fortis Construction, Inc. work on the expansion of Valley Football Center at Oregon State University. On Jan. 25, 2016 bones of a mammoth and other ancient creatures were discovered.
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Theresa Hogue
Ribs of a mammoth found at an OSU construction site. Date: Jan. 26, 2016.
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Theresa Hogue
OSU archaeologist Loren Davis was on site near Reser Stadium after mammoth bones were found during construction. Davis was there to make sure no archaeological remains were discovered, but only animal bones were found, Jan. 26, 2016.
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The femur of a mammoth found at an OSU construction site, Jan. 26, 2016.
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After construction workers discovered mammoth bones and other ancient animal bones on site at Oregon State University's Valley Football Center, archaeologists stepped in to remove some of the bones.
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