Aside from the mammoth bone, two paleontologists found elements of an extinct shark and the tooth of a sabre-tooth tiger that will probably be placed on show on the Florida Museum of Natural History.
Two Florida scuba divers have stumbled upon a big mammoth bone which will date again to the ice age, in response to The Orlando Sentinel.
While diving in a river in southwest Florida final week, novice paleontologists Derek Demeter and Henry Sadler found a 1.2-metre, 23kg bone that belonged to a species known as the Columbian mammoth.
The Columbian mammoth inhabited North America throughout the Pleistocene Epoch, between 2.6 million and 10,000 years in the past.
The bone, which may very well be tens of hundreds of years outdated, is now in a classroom the place Sadler teaches in order that “the kids are able to see it, touch it, feel it and really get a history of the natural world”.