Bachelor Partiers Find Fossilized Stegomastodon Skull

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A group of friends having a bachelor party get-together were hiking around Elephant Butte Lake State Park in New Mexico when they found the fossil of what is thought to be the skull of a stegomastodon, a nine-foot-tall, 13,000-pound creature that lived approximately three million years ago. The men were walking near the lakeshore and found the fossilized remains sticking up out of the ground. A scientist who observed the fossil says it's the most intact skull of this type ever found, making it an important scientific discovery.

Amazing! If someone told me a bachelor party made a group discovery, this is about the last thing I'd have envisioned! Via Science Daily.

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