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Woolly-Rhino Remains Found in English Quarry

From Times Wire Reports

The remains of four woolly rhinos found in a quarry in central England will provide important clues about the Ice Age, scientists said. The remains of the extinct mammals, which were found at Whitemoor Haye in Staffordshire, are among the most complete ever found in Britain. One had plant material in its teeth, providing clues to its diet, said Simon Buteux, director of the field archeology unit at the University of Birmingham.


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