Four people excavate a pelvic bone of a nearly intact skeleton of a Columbian mammoth in the "fish bowl" preparation room of the George C. Page Museum at the La Brea tar pits, Los Angeles, California.
- volunteer Judy Scharf
- assistant lab supervisor Trevor Valle
- volunteer Pat Simun
- volunteer Linda Wright
The mammoth has been dubbed "Zed" who, the museum estimates, stood 10 feet tall at the hip and was between 47 and 49 years old when he died 10,000 - 40,000 years ago during the Pleistocene era.
He was discovered in 2007 during construction for a parking structure among other smaller fossils of tree trunks, turtles, snails, clams, millipedes, fish, gophers and even mats of oak leaves.
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