Work Crew in Eastern Turkey Discovers Skeleton of Mystery Animals
The region where the skeleton was discovered hasn't had much use in the past 30 plus years, so there's currently no record of how the bones got there.
The work crew contacted researchers from a nearby university, who will run tests on the mysterious bones. There's some un-decayed tissue remaining on them, which may allow for DNA analysis.
The region where the skeleton was discovered hasn't had much use in the past 30 plus years, so there's currently no record of how this got there.
The head of the excavation crew told a Turkish news agency that he hopes what they find will be useful to science.
The researcher responsible for determining the species of the creature says the skeleton will find a new final resting place in a museum.
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