A fisherman in Ardboe, a small village in Ireland, discovered the skull and antler remains of an extinct Great Irish Elk, a creature that hasn’t roamed the Irish landscape in thousands of years. Though this isn’t the oldest Great Irish Elk discovery — that distinction goes to one dated around 14,000-years-old — it is far more notable: the massive skull and antlers are completely intact.
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