Woolly mammoth ‘kill site’ discovered in Austria

September 13, 2018 - General

Archaeologists have discovered a Stone Age kill site full of mammoth remains where ancient people used to herd the large mammals so they could be killed and butchered. The discovery was made during road works on a new bypass near Drasenhofen, a town in the Austrian state of Lower Austria.

Credit: CEN/ASFINAGArchaeologists found massive mammoth tusks and bones as well as the remains of other large animals. Stone Age tools were found at…

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