Saturday, August 6, 2011

"Drifting down an Arctic river for weeks does have an incredible amount of Ice Age fossil discoveries, note; how the upper sod is just hanging over the edge of the 'cut bank.'  This is due to permafrost holding the sod in place from underneath and as it thaws, the sod falls into the river, and in this sod and mud is laced with Ice Age fossils.!"  

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