Dig crews from the Denver Museum of Nature & Science discovered a second Columbian mammoth at the Ziegler Reservoir Ice Age fossil dig site today. The animal was found in the top of a peat layer not far from the first mammoth uncovered at the site on October 14. After several hours of excavation, dig crews have identified the mammoth's jaw, teeth, and tusks at the front of its skull.

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