Topic ID #8913 - posted 11/6/2010 5:46 AM
Sub Aquatic Archaeologists Discover Four Complete Skulls of Extinct Animals in a Cenote
MEXICO CITY.- Four complete skulls and jaws of a species extinct in America, Arctotherium, that lived during the Pleistocene and disappeared 11,300 years ago, were found by sub aquatic archaeologists in the bed of a cenote in the Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico.
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