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Over 20,000 Ice Age Fossils Come Home

A UNLV graduate student in paleontology holds up a bison jaw fossil with teeth still intact during the delivery of more than 20,000 Ice Age fossils excavated from the Tule Springs Fossil Beds National Monument to the Las Vegas Natural History Museum where they will now be housed, Sunday Jan. 28, 2018.  For several decades, the fossils, part of the Las Vegas Wash Collection, were stored in California museums.

Photo: Yasmina Chavez

A UNLV graduate student in paleontology holds up a bison jaw fossil with teeth still intact during the delivery of more than 20,000 Ice Age fossils excavated from the Tule Springs Fossil Beds National Monument to the Las Vegas Natural History Museum where they will now be housed, Sunday Jan. 28, 2018. For several decades, the fossils, part of the Las Vegas Wash Collection, were stored in California museums.

Mon, Jan 29, 2018 (1:27 p.m.)

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