Guide to Patagonia's Monsters & Mysterious beings

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Austin Whittall

Saturday, January 4, 2020

Mammoth killed by humans in Beringia 21,000 years ago

A very short post to mention an article (Arctic island woolly mammoth shows strongest evidence yet of human slaughter and butchering. Siberian Times, 03 January 2020) which states that the remains of a woolly mammoth were found on Kotelny island and radiocarbon dated to approx. 21,000 years ago.

Kotelny island was part of the land bridge that linked Asia and America during that time. The animal was "killed and butchered" by "ancient people" according to Dr Albert Protopopov.

map showing location of Kotelny Island.

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