But a slew of independent fossil experts contacted by Buzz Feed News think the report, published on Wednesday in the journal Nature, is crazy."I have read that paper and I was astonished by it," archaeologist Donald Grayson of the University of Washington told Buzz Feed News.
“I was astonished not because it is so good, but because it is so bad.”The far more likely explanation, according to Grayson and other skeptics, is that the bones were crushed not by ancient humans, but by bulldozers carving a new highway in the 1990s.
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Ancient people butchered a mastodon, hammering its bones for marrow with rocks, some 130,000 years ago in California, according to a new archaeological study.
The extraordinary claim, made about a prehistoric bone bed under what is now a highway outside modern-day San Diego, would set back the age of the first human ancestors in the Americas by more than 100,000 years.
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