Japanese Town Uses Its Relief Money for Giant Squid Statue
Published on 7 May 2021, 12:03
When you think of Florida, sandy beaches and palm trees might come to mind. But back during the Ice Age, it was a cold and frigid place, and some divers just found incredible proof of that. Henry Sadler, a middle school science teacher, discovered a gigantic humerus bone from a long-extinct woolly mammoth while diving in the Peace River. Sadler showed off the find to Inside Edition from his classroom, where he plans to keep the bone as a teaching tool for his students.
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