Mammoth may find home in Santa Barbara

Mammoth may find home in Santa Barbara

There are 5 comments on the Los Angeles Times story from Jul 13, 2007, titled Mammoth may find home in Santa Barbara. In it, Los Angeles Times reports that:

Moorpark officials may have found a final resting place for the skeleton of a fossilized mammoth that roamed the area up to 1 million years ago.

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BHCARNEY

Los Angeles, CA

#1 Jul 14, 2007
I live in the Moorpark area and very excited that we live in an area that has such a (pre)historical background. Glad also the Santa Barbara got the bones. I've been to thier museum and what they lack in volume they make upfor in heart.
Bren Mercado

United States

#2 Jul 16, 2007
Regarding the trucks going through Moorpark. Mr. Hunter, there are always ways to change things. Get behind this and get the citizens involved. Moorpark should not be dumped on by these trucks. Caltrans does not live in Moorpark, hence there is no concern or care coming from Caltrans towards Moorpark. Here's a novel idea, let's get the "Churches" involved. Our church is praying for the city. We have a group of people that meet every week to pray. Now we are going to walk Moorpark and pray for the city, all the gateways into the city, all the families and businesses. We will pray over the railroad, the ranches and the crime problems. It's called "Prayer changes things" with faith all things are possible.
Chris Cox

Mukilteo, WA

#3 Jul 17, 2007
Does anybody have any suggestions for selling a 104# wooly mammoth tusk, other than Ebay? This was found recently in Alaska, and will be in museum quality condition when cleaned up. Please respond to chrisdsl@seanet.com. Thank you.
Larry Skelf

Rock Spring, GA

#4 Jul 21, 2007
What museum public or private should the permineralized replacement material petrified human brain be in? At this point, I'm not interested in Smithsonian, maybe a few years from now.
No Ebay or Sothesby's for this specimen, Probably the most complex and detailed fossil in the world, and definitely the only one of it's kind.
Dr Christina Shmittsrae

Rossville, GA

#5 Jul 3, 2008
I have viewed the website for this remarkable petrified human brain. i wonder about the location where this was found.
Have hemaglobin tests been run yet?
Where can I go to see this?

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