Waco Mammoth National Monument
MAMMOTHS IN TEXAS
There has been many discoveries of mammoth bones and camels found,But an amazing discovery was in 1978, when Paul Barron and Eddie Bufkin found a bone that part of a Columbian Mammoth .Soon after the started an excavation near the bone, They started finding many mammoth bones near the one found earlier. They found many mammoths and a few camels.
In 1978 and 1990, More fossils were discovered.The Crews also discovered the remains of a camel and the tooth of a saber-tooth cat .Many bones were found in Waco Mammoth national monument.After the discovery of the mammoths in 1978, scientists from Baylor are studying more about their behavior ,what they ate, and how did they die. Did they die out because of a natural disaster, such as a flood, or did they die of something else?
Until today, theses answers are filled with hypotheses and thoughts of how people think they died. This mystery, still remains unsolved to history and science.
In all religions, every church has their own story of the creation of the world. Many people don't understand how mammoths were never, ever mentioned in the story of creation nor in the story of Noah and his arch, there was all type of animals, but the mammoths.Every church and religion think different, just like every person.
According to ''The Ice Age, the Bible, and the Woolly Mammoth'' Both Creationists and Evolutionists believe that there was an "Ice Age". But what they don’t agree on is when it was, how long it lasted, or what caused it. Some scientists say that the ice age started about 2 million years ago, and ended about 11,000 years ago.
Many scientists believes that the "Ice Age" occurred about 4,000 years ago, in the years following the flood of Noah.A flood covering the entire earth is one of the many ways to explain the ice age.
"The Ice Age, the Bible, and the Woolly Mammoth Creation vs. - Angelfire." 9 May. 2016
EFFECTS ON THE ECOSYSTEM
The mammoths ecosystem changed because some say that there was a flood and that may be possible because there was many animals around the excavation cite. The mammoths extinction may have caused severe damage to the ecosystem.
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