Visitors to the exhibit are invited to touch one of the Bristle Mammoth’s bones, view the evidence for human activity at this site, and explore how the mammoth’s bones, teeth and tusks will help scientists understand how these animals lived and why they went extinct.

The exhibit will be on display until to January 15, 2018, when it will be moved to the Museum of Natural History's new location in the U-M Biological Science Building, opening in 2019.

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