Rolfe Mandel studies prehistoric mammoth and camel bones dug out of a cutbank near Kanarado in June 2003. Mandel, a geo-archaeologist from the University of Kansas, found evidence there that Clovis-culture Paleo-Indians hunted elephants, camels and ancient bison on the High Plains of Kansas nearly 13,000 years ago.
Rolfe Mandel studies prehistoric mammoth and camel bones dug out of a cutbank near Kanarado in June 2003. Mandel, a geo-archaeologist from the University of Kansas, found evidence there that Clovis-culture Paleo-Indians hunted elephants, camels and ancient bison on the High Plains of Kansas nearly 13,000 years ago. Travis Heying File photo
Rolfe Mandel studies prehistoric mammoth and camel bones dug out of a cutbank near Kanarado in June 2003. Mandel, a geo-archaeologist from the University of Kansas, found evidence there that Clovis-culture Paleo-Indians hunted elephants, camels and ancient bison on the High Plains of Kansas nearly 13,000 years ago. Travis Heying File photo

An ancient people recovered piece by piece: Kansas, 11,000 B.C.

May 13, 2017 4:22 PM