The actual bones were discovered ten years ago but it wasn't until last month when researchers in California realized that they had found a fossil of a sabertooth from the Las Vegas Valley. How big of a find is this? And, what does it mean for the tables and charts that lay out the history of this region?
 
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Kathleen Springer, senior curator, San Bernardino County Museum
Eric Scott, San Bernardino County Museum

 

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