Latest John Day Fossil Beds National Monument Stories
A new fossil study of North American Ice Age coyotes finds that modern coyotes are much smaller in size today than they were several during the Ice Age.
The fossilized teeth of a beaver found by Bureau of Land Management employees on federal land represents the earliest record of the animal in North America and are estimated to be 7 to 7.3 million years old.
By Eric Mortenson, The Oregonian, Portland, Ore. Aug. 1--It's been a long time coming -- 30 million to 50 million years, by one way of looking at it.
- totally perplexed and mixed up.