OSU students, specialists unearthing prehistoric mammoth near Enid
ENID, Okla.- Oklahoma State University students are working to excavate a prehistoric mammoth near Enid Oklahoma Wednesday.
The mammoth’s remains were discovered by Access Midstream, a service provider who was installing a high-pressure natural gas line.
Researchers have not yet finished their analysis but they said they believe the recently discovered mammoth to be about 50,000 years old.
Researchers said they know that it is not a woolly mammoth but most likely one of the other species.