Pre-Clovis Mastodon Hunting 13,800 Years Ago at the Manis Site, Washington

@article{Waters2011PreClovisMH,
  title={Pre-Clovis Mastodon Hunting 13,800 Years Ago at the Manis Site, Washington},
  author={M. Waters and T. Stafford and H. Gregory McDonald and C. Gustafson and Morten Rasmussen and E. Cappellini and J. Olsen and Damian Szklarczyk and L. Jensen and M. Gilbert and E. Willerslev},
  journal={Science},
  year={2011},
  volume={334},
  pages={351 - 353}
}
Further dating of the Manis site shows that people were hunting mastodons in North America by 14,000 years ago. The tip of a projectile point made of mastodon bone is embedded in a rib of a single disarticulated mastodon at the Manis site in the state of Washington. Radiocarbon dating and DNA analysis show that the rib is associated with the other remains and dates to 13,800 years ago. Thus, osseous projectile points, common to the Beringian Upper Paleolithic and Clovis, were made and used… Expand
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