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(Live Science)   'Ice age' horse skeleton found in Utah backyard was not actually voiced by Ray Romano or John Leguizamo   (livescience.com) divider line
    More: Followup, Horse, female horse, new study finds, horse's remains, new radiocarbon dating of the actual bones, Indigenous people, domestic horse, last ice age  
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2021-02-17 9:41:41 PM  
It was voiced by Denis Leary.
 
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2021-02-17 11:45:02 PM  
A First Nations friend of mine here on Fark told me that when Europeans arrived, their people did not refer to the event as the arrival of men, but rather, "the return of the horses."  That blew my mind.  Respect.

It's too bad the horse in TFA isn't as old as they thought, that would have been very cool.
 
2021-02-18 6:23:27 AM  
ask any experienced building contractor in NY/NY USA. if you come across bones of any sort on the job shut your mouth and hide them immediately or your site will become a nightmare for months to come and a small fortune will be lost. keep a u mouth shut an get back to werk.
 
2021-02-18 6:31:28 AM  
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2021-02-18 11:05:24 AM  
Just be careful:

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You might find Gwangi nearby:

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