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Paleontology in the United States
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Paleontology in the United States refers to research into the fossilized remains of prehistoric occurring within or conducted by people from the United States.— Excerpted from Paleontology in the United States on Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Excerpt from an illustration of Mastodon fossils by Rembrandt Peale.
The American mastodon was one of the first major fossil discoveries in the United States. Remains preserved at Big Bone Lick, Kentucky were studied by eminent naturalists and statesmen like Thomas Jefferson.


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