East Benton Historical Society's Working Hypothesis for the Coyote Canyon Mammoth Site | Kennewick

East Benton Historical Society's Working Hypothesis for the Coyote Canyon Mammoth Site | KennewickThe East Benton Historical Society will be hosting Working Hypothesis for the Coyote Canyon Mammoth Site on January 21, 2016. Working Hypothesis for the Coyote Canyon Mammoth Site will start at 7:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. and will be held at Mid-Columbia Library at 1620 S. Union St., Kennewick, WA. For more information, visit the website of Mid-Columbia Libraries.

The Columbian Mammoth
Gracing Working Hypothesis for the Coyote Canyon Mammoth Site event is George Last as the presenter. Research shows that the Ice Age flood which occurred about 17,500 years ago, swept away the Columbian Mammoth and caused its death. On Lake Lewis' shoreline, the Columbian Mammoth was decomposed. Rabbits and rodents scavenged the mammoth and until it was partially weathered. Series of Ice Age floods arrived and buried the skeletal remains of the mammoth. These remains serve as evidence of ecological and climatic changes.


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