Replica of a Mammoth-bone Structure

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Emma Groeneveld
Nandaro
09 December 2016
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Replica of a mammoth-bone structure, shown at the "Frozon Woolly Mammoth Yuka Exhibit" in Yokoyama, Japan in Summer 2013. Upper Palaeolithic man is known to have created dwellings using mammoth bones.

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