A late Pleistocene steppe bison (Bison priscus) partial carcass from Tsiigehtchic, Northwest Territories, Canada

@article{Zazula2009ALP,
  title={A late Pleistocene steppe bison (Bison priscus) partial carcass from Tsiigehtchic, Northwest Territories, Canada},
  author={G. Zazula and Glen MacKay and T. D. Andrews and B. Shapiro and Brandon Letts and F. Brock},
  journal={Quaternary Science Reviews},
  year={2009},
  volume={28},
  pages={2734-2742}
}
A partial steppe bison (Bison priscus) carcass was recovered at Tsiigehtchic, near the confluence of the Arctic Red and Mackenzie Rivers, Northwest Territories, Canada in September of 2007. The carcass includes a complete cranium with horn cores and sheaths, several complete post-cranial elements (many of which have some mummified soft tissue), intestines and a large piece of hide. A piece of metacarpal bone was subsampled and yielded an AMS radiocarbon age of 11,830 ! 45 14 C yr BP (OxA-18549… Expand

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