Friday, September 30, 2011

"Yupik Ladle, motif, of Woolly Mammoth Ivory, and indeed the Yupik of St. Lawrence had not much in the way of Mammoth Ivory.  During the Ice Age, the Bering Straight off St. Lawrence Island was 'Mammoth Steppe,' dry except for the rains.  Pleistocene Ice Age fossils are all through the Bering and Chukchi abundance and often they are washed up on the beaches all through the Arctic"

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