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Chilean scientists discover 12,000-year-old elephant remains

Chilean scientists recently uncovered several remains of elephant predecessors dating back 12,000 years near Lake Tagua Tagua, a glacial finger lake in southern Chile. Gomphotheres, an extinct relative of the modern elephant, roamed southern Chile thousands of years ago and might have been the target of group hunts by inhabitants of the region.
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