Elk Bones To Provide Look Into State’s Early History


The first concentrated effort to excavate the bones of an elk that could be 10,000 years old was a rousing success last weekend. The so-called “Silver Beach Elk” was found completely intact and is considered a rare opportunity to glimpse the life of Wisconsin’s first inhabitants. Mike Simonson reports from Superior…

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