Published June 18, 2019
The New York Times reported on the research of Jack Tseng, whose team identified the first hyena fossils ever found in the Arctic — two teeth in Yukon Territory in Canada. The fossils were identified following Tseng's examination of fossils discovered in the 1970s, then archived in a museum's research facilities. The story highlights how museum collections may be filled with forgotten fossils that could expand knowledge of prehistory.
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