A doggo from Washington might have raised the bar of how it is to be a good dog. The dog just dug up a 13,000-year-old artifact and it’s really unexpected.
– A dog from Whidbey Island dug a hole in its owner’s backyard.
– The dog later was seen carrying something in its mouth.
– Turns out, that thing is a…
The doggo, an eight-month-old yellow lab, was just minding his own business and was digging in the backyard of its owner. The home is located in Whidbey Island and the artifact that was dug up by the doggo belonged to a woolly mammoth. The dog owner said that he noticed the dog carrying something in its mouth and believed it was not a stone or a not-so-special bone. The dog owner was right because the thing was identified as a wooly mammoth’s tooth.
Photos were sent to University of Washington’s Burke Museum and they confirmed the suspicion of the dog owners. In the past, other mammoth teeth and bones have been discovered in the island.
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