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February 14, 2014

Seattle mammoth tusk belongs to land owner

  • AMLI Residential has agreed to allow the Burke Museum to excavate the fossil found at a construction site in South Lake Union.
  • By DONNA GORDON BLANKINSHIP
    Associated Press

    The fate of the mammoth tusk found at a construction site in downtown Seattle this week is entirely up to the landowner, a national expert said Thursday.

    Washington state has no laws governing finds of this type. And Jack Horner of the Museum of the Rockies and Montana State University said that is true anywhere in the United States.


     
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