Bachelor Party Makes 3-Million-Year-Old Discovery

A group of celebrating men found a fossil of a stegomastodon at a state park in New Mexico.
0:44 | 06/13/14

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Group a -- a celebrity a bachelor party in New Mexico stumbled upon something incredibly rare it took three million years to find but. Scientists are calling this the most complete prehistoric elephant skull ever recovered. -- -- remains belong to a Steagall mastodon an enormous elephant that wait up to thirteen thousand pounds and stood nine feet tall. Receding water expose the fossil yet elephant Butte state park last week and now New Mexico State parks officials. Say the discovery so complete that it could shed more light on what we know about prehistoric elephants. Crews removed the teeth and tusks the skull from the beach where they were hauled away to a natural history museum protest.

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