Chelsea-area Farmer donates mammoth remains to University of Michigan

Daniel Fisher, director of the U-M Museum of Paleontology, leader of the dig near Chelsea. Fisher is a professor in the Department of Earth, Environmental Sciences, in the Department of Ecology , Evolutionary Biology. - "This isn't just mine. It belongs to everybody," Bristle said at his farm southwest of Ann Arbor. "This is our way of giving back. A lot of people will benefit from being able to see this mammoth for many years to come. If I can make people happy by doing that, then I consider that a good day." - Chelsea, Michigan, United States - Thursday 8th October 2015 (1 Picture)


Daniel Fisher, Director Of The U-m Museum Of Paleontology, Leader Of The Dig Near Chelsea. Fisher Is A Professor In The Department Of Earth, Environmental Sciences, In The Department Of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology. 1

Daniel Fisher, Director Of The U-m Museum Of Paleontology, Leader Of The Dig Near Chelsea. Fisher Is A Professor In The Department Of Earth, Environmental Sciences, In The Department Of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology.
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