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American sisters discovering the old bear’s skull, and along the Arkansas River

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A few of the sisters in Kansas, a “grizzly” discovery when they found what experts have called one of the “old” bear’s skull, which was buried along a river bank.

She and Watt were on a kayaking trip, the road that runs along the Arkansas River in August when they came to a giant’s skull is buried nose-down in a sand-bank, and the Kansas Department of wildlife, Parks and Tourism said Tuesday in a news release.

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The curious sisters, and then went to the exciting discovery of the sand, only to find a uniquely shaped skull, with a set of sharp, carnivorous teeth. It was Later determined that the skull was measured in the 16 cm long and 8.5 cm wide, the agency added.

Experts believe that the skull was preserved in the sands of the Arkansas River, and is replaced by this year’s historic flooding in the region.
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She was a former high school agriculture teacher, and an animal science student at West Texas A&M University, has been determined, they are likely to find a bear skull, and a shared photo on Facebook.

News from the sisters of the discovery eventually reached Dr. Reese Barrick, and Mike Everhart, paleontologists at the Sternberg Museum of Natural History in Hays, Kan., the agency said.

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The scientists are satisfied that the sisters had managed to find a bear, and a skull, which is more than 200-year-old, She wrote on Facebook.

However, the fossils look left to the experts to ask if it belonged to one of the modern grizzly, or as a more primitive species.

“The bear’s skull, washed out of the same river, one of which is routinely to produce the skulls and bones of the American bison, some of which date back to the last ice age,” said Everhart, the Adjunct Curator of Paleontology at the museum.

“Whether it’s hundreds or thousands of years old, the skull will give us a better understanding of the richness of life on the plains in front of the westerners,” he said.

The bear’s skull was in good condition except for the loss of a few small teeth, according to the agency.
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The Grizzly bears were coming out of Kansas city, and is believed to have wandered throughout the land, until they were all hunted down and put to death in the middle of the 1800s, the agency said. Although there are historical accounts of grizzly bears in Kansas, but the agency said that the skull could mark the first piece of physical evidence of their former presence, and in anticipation of the kinds of authentication.

Everhardt said that the skull is one of only three of its kind to be found in Kansas city, the last of which was discovered in the mid-1950s, She wrote on Facebook.

The sisters have given to the skull in the Sternberg Museum collection.

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