U-M Museum of Paleontology collections manager Adam Rountrey (left), Earth, Environmental Sciences undergraduate David Vander Weele (center), paleontology Ph. D. candidate Michael Cherney (right) help guide the Mammoth skull , tusks as they are lowered onto a flatbed trailer. - "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)
U-m Museum Of Paleontology Collections Manager Adam Rountrey (left), Earth, Environmental Sciences Undergraduate David Vander Weele (center), Paleontology Ph. D. Candidate Michael Cherney (right) Help Guide The Mammoth Skull and Tusks As They Are Lowered Onto A Flatbed Trailer.
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