All kids love to dig in the dirt and pretend they’re the next Indiana Jones. For one lucky group of construction workers at Oregon State University their childhood dreams became a reality!
While trying to expand the University’s football stadium, the workers stumbled upon a femur bone as well as many other bones belonging to 10,000-year-old mammoths. Loren Davis, an associate professor of anthropology at OSU said, “There are quite a few bones, dozens of pieces. Some of the bones are not in very good shape, but some are actually quite well preserved.”