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The Aurora City Council is set to approve the final part of the Mastodon Island work to be done this summer — the actual interactive mastodon model.
The drugmaker went from high-flying seller of copycat medicines to debt-laden mastodon after the $40 billion acquisition of Allergan Plc’s generics business in 2016, clinched just as U.S. prices began to erode.
During the six-month window they were allowed, the crew unearthed 4,826 bones from 26 different Ice Age vertebrates, including mammoths, mastodons, bisons, American camels, a Pleistocene horse and the first ground sloth ever found in Colorado.
But the Aucilla mastodons weren’t just sitting ducks for human hunters.
Archaeologists have found hundreds of cubic meters of mastodon droppings in this ancient latrine.
Many belong to extinct species, including mammoths, mastodons, enormous cats, short-faced bears, camels, tapirs, American lions, horses, javelinas and an odd, rhino-looking species belong to a family called Toxodontidae.
More than 1,800 images were taken to create the tour, which allows visitors to walk through the airport, get up close and personal with Neil Armstrong's space suit and a mastodon.
Across all those continents and many islands were massive, long-nosed creatures that included the notorious woolly mammoths and mastodons.
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MASTODON Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of mastodon for English Language Learners
: a type of animal that was related to the mammoth and that lived in ancient times
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