Published at 1052 × 731 in Midwestern Mammoths and Mastodonts: The M-cubed project
Who common was this scene? Did Paleoindians really hunt and butcher mammoths? Diorama at the Kenosha Public Museum, WI.
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Chris Widga is a vertebrate paleontologist with the East Tennessee Museum of Natural History at the Gray Fossil Site. His research is focused on the ecology of Quaternary mammals (and increasingly, Neogene).
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