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After two decades, the Kennewick Man is reburied

On a summer day in 1996, a pair of college students walking along the Columbia River in Kennewick, Wash., stumbled upon part of a human skull, about 10 feet from the shore.

In the month that followed, investigators unearthed 300 pieces of bone that made up one of the oldest and most complete skeletons…



Source: LA Times

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