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    Bison priscus bones - Permafrost Tunnel Research Facility

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    B-Roll w/ narration - Some of the bones found in the Permafrost Tunnel. These Bison priscus bones were found within 15 meters of the entrance to the old (north) tunnel. Bison priscus was a cousin to the buffalo currently found in the United States (Bison bison), but had longer horns. All of the bones in the tunnel decomposed at or near the surface and were washed downstream (by Goldstream Creek) into the position where they are found today. Estimated to be 14,000 years old. Humans have a flat, triangular shoulder blade, compared to the thicker, more elongated scapula found in cows and buffalo. This bone, from the Bison priscus must have supported more weight (approximately 1/2 ton) but didn't need to provide much range of motion for their daily activities of grazing and eating grass



    Date Taken: 11.02.2017
    Date Posted: 02.14.2018 08:37
    Category: B-Roll
    Video ID: 584573
    VIRIN: 171002-A-ND890-002
    Filename: DOD_105315389
    Length: 00:00:59
    Location: FOX, AK, US 

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