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A LITTLE ABOUT THE FOSSIL HUNTERS

Video3The treasure we search for is not of gold or silver, but of our mission is to prove human interaction with creatures dating back 50,000 years and beyond. This group is well oiled machine and it consists of 2 lead divers, 1 technician, 1 scout “the go to guy”, and 1 point man lookout for what ever it takes. They are ready to roll. One of the group has all ready found one of the most spectacular finds in the western hemisphere. After the find was examined and tested and retested for four years. It’s agreed it is the REAL DEAL!

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There is more to the story that was never told, a second story bone exists that is more spectacular than the Vero Mammoth Bone.

There among the pile of specimens that the Fossil Hunters had unearthed, lay another piece of portable art, or as the Fossil Hunters call it, a “Story Bone”.

Not merely a fossil, with an age and species to decipher, this piece had clear evidence of human interaction. An ancient paleo-artist was telling us a story, through the scratch marks or etchings on the surface of the fossilized bone, a tale was being telegraphed time, the tally marks or chevrons, communicating an even larger picture.

The significance of this artifact is akin to finding the first book, the first paleo version of a portable radio or television, no longer did the story need to remain stationary on a cave wall to make an impact on the tribe. Here, the graphic form of communication is mobile. And it holds a message of equal importance. A human being depicting another member of its race in a graphic representation of consciousness, perhaps the first known example in the Western Hemisphere,  “I THINK THEREFORE I AM”.

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THE FOSSIL HUNTERS RECENT FINDS

If we only had the resources to follow. Can you imagine what the Fossil Hunters could find?

Prehistoric Mastodon

Prehistoric Mastodon

A Prehistoric Mastodon Tooth and Jawbone Fossil.

It was one of the largest land animals living during the ice age. Mastodon belonged to the family Mammutidae, that originated in North Africa, spreading to Eurasia and entering North America 15 million years ago…

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Prehistoric Mastodon

This Prehistoric Mastodon bone has been named the Paloma Rib Bone Fossil. It has a carving of a chevron and other markings clearly indicating human interaction.

This piece was found near an ancient charcoal cook pit, a few feet from where we found the Tooth and Jaw Bone. The elephant-like American mastodon was a distant relative of the mammoth, with whom it shared its ice age home…

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The significance of this artifact is akin to finding the first book, the first paleo version of a portable radio or television, no longer did the communal story need to remain stationary on the cave wall to make an impact on the tribe. Here, the graphic form of communication is mobile. And it holds a message of equal importance. A human being depicting another member of its race, a graphic representation of self awareness, consciousness, perhaps the first known example in the Western Hemisphere,  “I THINK THEREFORE I AM”.

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