A team of archaeologists led by Rolfe Mandel from the University of Kansas has reconstructed what happened on a Kansas bison hunt by Paleoindians on a day in Stanton County, Kan., 10,300 years ago.
A team of archaeologists led by Rolfe Mandel from the University of Kansas has reconstructed what happened on a Kansas bison hunt by Paleoindians on a day in Stanton County, Kan., 10,300 years ago. Travis Heying File photo
A team of archaeologists led by Rolfe Mandel from the University of Kansas has reconstructed what happened on a Kansas bison hunt by Paleoindians on a day in Stanton County, Kan., 10,300 years ago. Travis Heying File photo

Mystery solved: Scientists reconstruct 10,300-year-old bison hunt

May 27, 2017 06:42 PM

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