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Earthquake ID’d as prime suspect in paleontological whodunnit at Snowmass Village, Colorado

Completing their dig at Snowmass Village, scientists from the Denver Museum of Nature and Science and other institutions now wonder if an ancient earthquake that created quick sand explains the large number of bones from juvenile mastodons. Continue reading

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