A 2,000-year-old bison kill site in Montana has been damaged during a coal mine expansion project.
“All of these remains are highly butchered bison remains that are beautifully preserved and extremely rare,” said Finley, who will be among the team headed to the site today to examine the extent of damage.
A group of students from the University of Oklahoma helped uncover bison bones and weapons at a 10,000-year old bison kill site.
This was the second year the team had been excavating the site, so they knew what to expect when they were digging around in the sticky red dirt, but
The bones of Bison with cut marks on them have been found at the bottom of Lake Victoria in Minnesota.
The large quantity of bones were the remains of a Native American kill site, Mather believed, where people had killed and processed the bison for food, tools and weaponry.
No skulls were