Origin of mastodon
OTHER WORDS FROM mastodonmas·to·don·ic, adjective
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They say the site, which covers hundreds of acres, is home to hundreds and possibly thousands of fossils, including specimens from long-extinct species like mastodons and giant camels.
For instance, one previously unearthed mastodon limb bone was shattered into several hundred pieces, consistent with the effects of heavy trucks frequently rumbling overhead, Haynes says.
So that lack raises the possibility that, rather than ancient stones being used to break fresh mastodon bones, truck traffic thrust buried stones against fossilized mastodon bones containing little or no surviving collagen, Haynes says.
It has already abandoned the mastodon Arctic Shtokman field.Hydraulic Fracking's Putting the Screws to Vladimir and Friends|Justin Green|September 28, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The mastodon skeleton which is now preserved in Field Museum in Chicago was found upon his farm.Lyman's History of old Walla Walla County, Vol. 2 (of 2)|William Denison Lyman
Woe to the nation by whom such feelings are classed with the age of the mammoth and the mastodon!
The skeleton of a huge mastodon was found here this winter by some men digging a ditch.
Lying among the ruins was a gigantic mastodon in excellent preservation, which Mr. Roosevelt brought down on his shoulders.
Mr. Badolet likewise purchased the well preserved lower jaw of a mastodon, which was found in the White River.