Ancient ivory tusk found on North Slope beach

Jul 21st 1:23 am By Shady Grove Oliver

Boys find 125-pound tusk that may be from mammoth or mastodon

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Ancient ivory tusk found on North Slope beach

July 21st 12:23 am

Boys find 125-pound tusk that may be from mammoth or mastodon

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