Museum, University of Nebraska State
Date of this Version
BULLETIN 10 VOLUME 1 AUGUST, 1925
The skeletal parts of Elephas columbi are said to be unknown, although teeth, jaws, and skulls are common enough. Columbi is a mammoth of southern adaptation, hence its parts are found from Nebraska southward. Elephas columbi occurs abundantly throughout the State and many examples are preserved in the Nebraska State Museum, as will be seen in an accompanying list.
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