Dartmouth study reveals potential overlap between woolly mammoths and humans in New England
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March 4, 20214 min read, 735 words

Dartmouth study reveals potential overlap between woolly mammoths and humans in New EnglandDartmouth study reveals potential overlap between woolly mammoths and humans in New England

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Published: March 4, 2021  |  4 min read, 735 words
The first humans to arrive in New England may have encountered woolly mammoths, a new paper written by researchers at Dartmouth College in New Hampshire suggests. New radiocarbon dating of a rib fragment from mammoth remains found in the 19th century in Mount Holly, Vermont, sug...
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Mar 5
This is an interesting story, which correctly points out that the recent finding is still very early in the verification process.
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