Today we went to the Waco Mammoth Site just outside of Waco. In 1978, two guys looking for arrowheads in a dry streambed came across a huge bone sticking out of the creek bottom near the Bosque River. Knowing it was too large to be cattle or buffalo bone, they took it to Baylor University for evaluation. Baylor opened up the excavation and found the remains of a full herd of the animals (bones) still in a protective circle, much like modern-day elephants form to protect their young. Evidently, some 70,000 years ago they had been buried by mud from a flash flood which provided great preservation for their bones. For the full story, check out this link! This site should be on everyone's "must do" list when in Waco.