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Guess what he found!

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    Scientist Jeff Person sits behind a seven-foot mammoth tusk. The tusk is wrapped in plastic to keep it safe. (AP/Jack Dura)
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    Coal miners dug up the tusk from an old streambed in North Dakota. (Coleman Fredricks via AP)
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    Mr. Person looks at mammoth bones wrapped in plastic. More than 20 bones have been found. (AP/Jack Dura)
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    Mammoths were about 12 to 14 feet tall. How tall are you? (Christophe Michel/Abaca/Sipa USA via AP)
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Dig.  Dump.  Dig.  A man used a big truck shovel.  It dumped dirt.  Wait a minute.  There is something white.  That is not dirt.

It is a mammoth’s tusk!

Pray: Thank God for treasures we can dig up from long ago.

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Miners dig for coal in Beulah, North Dakota. Last May they worked in an old streambed. They dug about 40 feet deep. Up came a mound of soil. They were about to flatten it when they spotted something. It was a seven-foot-long mammoth tusk. Stop the digging! They called in experts. Scientists say the tusk is thousands of years old. People kept exploring. They found more than 20 bones. There was a shoulder blade, ribs, a tooth, and parts of hips.

“Remember the days of old. Consider the years of many generations.” (Deuteronomy 32:7)