150,000 Year Old Ox Delights Coon
Flanked by fellow-diggers Bruce Bowe and Hugh Hencken. Carlton S. Coon, professor of Anthropology, holds up a bone from an ox that roamed the prairies 150,000 years ago. The three are members of the first post-war expedition of the American School of Prehistoric Research, just returned from Tangler.
The Moroccan expedition found not only exam, but traces of man dating back to that time, when the sea was nearly 60 feet higher than it is at present.