But I do wonder...
How do you unearth a 1 million year old mammoth skeleton in a 286 million year old coal deposit?
Call me crazy, but these numbers just don't add up. Isn't this rather like finding an Egyptian mummy buried in a Cadillac El Dorado?
Either the mammoth is a lot older than the dinosaurs, or coal is a lot younger than is currently believed. But both dates can't be true.
They just can't.