Mammoth graveyard unearthed at Mexico's new airport

AFP

2020/09/09 | 499 words | LE JOURNAL DE L'AVIATION | AIR TRANSPORT

Archaeologists in hard hats and face masks carefully remove earth from around enormous bones at the site of Mexico City's new airport, where construction work has uncovered a huge trove of mammoth skeletons.The remains of dozens of the extinct giants and other prehistoric creatures have been found in Zumpango on the northern edge of the capital, which sits on an ancient lake bed."More than 100 individual mammoths, individual camels, horses, bison, fish, birds, antelopes and rodents have alre...(…)

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