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Early colonists occupied Colorado’s rich and ecologically diverse landscapes in the waning millennia of our planet’s most recent major Ice Age, the Pleistocene, between 14,000 and 12,000 years.
In September 1932 Father Bilgery excavated some of the bones with his students, identifying them as mammoth.Sample sizes of one gram or greater are required for conventional dates.More recently, accelerator mass spectrometry (AMS) has become widely available.The killings were estimated to have been committed during the fall.Plants of the late Pleistocene period were found in mammoth teeth tarter: grass, prickly pear, bark and riverine plants.