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Hazen Mammoth (Mammuthus Columbi), Prairie County, Arkansas

@article{Puckette1972HazenM,
  title={Hazen Mammoth (Mammuthus Columbi), Prairie County, Arkansas},
  author={William L. Puckette and James A. Scholtz},
  journal={Journal of the Arkansas Academy of Science},
  year={1972},
  volume={28},
  pages={53-56}
}
InMay 1965, mammoth remains were exposed during the excavation of a borrow pit for construction of Interstate Highway 40, 2 mi northeast of Hazen, Prairie County, Arkansas. The proboscidian remains consisted of a skull with tusks, mandibles, atlas and other skeletal elements. The vertebra material was scattered over approximately 150 m (1,600 sq ft) but was confined to a layer of red clayey-silt 6.7 m (22 ft) below the surface. No additional fauna or flora was recovered. The mammoth remains are… 

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