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Humans May Have Hunted Mastodons

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Humans May Have Hunted Mastodons

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Humans May Have Hunted Mastodons

Humans May Have Hunted Mastodons

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An underwater archaeologist has found what may be an etching of a mastodon at the bottom of Grand Traverse Bay in Lake Michigan. Members of a local tribe believe that there is a spear in the mastodon, which would be hard evidence that humans hunted the prehistoric elephant-like animals. Tom Kramer of Interlochen Public Radio reports.

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