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Cave paintings tell the story of a mysterious ice age beast

redOrbit Wednesday, 19 October 2016 ()
A study of Ice Age cave paintings combined with testing of ancient DNA has revealed the existence of an intriguing hybrid bison that originated more than 120,000 years ago. A result of prehistoric relations between aurochs (the now extinct ancestor of modern cattle) and steppe bison, the newly uncovered bison flourished unusually...
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News video: Cave Paintings reveal Clues To Mystery Ice Age Beast

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A new study on Ice Age cave art is providing some fascinating insight to the mysterious origins of the European bison. Josh King has the story (@abridgetoland)

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