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Fate of 9,300 Year-Old Skeleton

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Fate of 9,300 Year-Old Skeleton

Fate of 9,300 Year-Old Skeleton

Fate of 9,300 Year-Old Skeleton

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Marcie Sillman from member station KUOW reports that the fate of a 93-hundred year old skeleton known as Kennewick Man is still in limbo. The Clinton Administration says the bones should be returned to the five tribes who claim them...but eight Oregon scientists have taken the case to federal court.

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