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It remained in an upright position, perhaps for a few weeks.
The heavy tusks caused the animal's head to fall forward, so the tusks plunged into the soft sediment and remained in that position, where we find them today, 20,000 years later.
We have not yet found the animal's leg bones, but our working hypothesis concerning its death gives us reason to be hopeful that we will find them down near the level of the distal ends of the tusks. Only the bases of the tusks have been excavated so far, so we have plenty more work to do.Your very generous contribution at this level will pay for radiocarbon dates (@ 0) and pollen analyses (several hundred dollars) to properly date these fossils and study the environment in which the animal lived.Donors at this level are cordially invited to visit our excavation site and assist in the excavation.We invite one generous donor to help us find an appropriate name for this mammoth, as well as to visit the excavation site.Perhaps you would like to name it after one of your children or grandchildren.
We do not yet know the age (since birth) of this particular animal.