Monday, June 22, 2009
A huge cache of Ice Age fossils near the La Brea Tar Pits in Los Angeles promises paleaontologists years of great finds to come. Apparently, it's where a lot of Pleistocene creatures like the wooly mammoth and saber-toothed cat have met their death in ice-age LA. With the outing of the third of the computer-animated movie series, Ice Age, it's expected that the new fossil site and the Tar Pits museum will draw plenty of kid visitors with parents in tow.
The most famous ice age is the last one to have peaked on the Earth and it happened only around 20,000 years ago. Many remains of animals from the Ice Age or Pleistocene Age have been found and some of them were recovered frozen and intact for thousands of years. Remains of wooly mammoths, including that of a baby have been studied by science, and some were also reputedly eaten as well.
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