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Drinking "Mastodon Juice"

  • By Anna Rothschild
  • Posted 02.02.12
  • NOVA

Move over Evian. While filming "Ice Age Death Trap," the excavation team had some fun and quenched their thirst in an unusual way—by drinking water trapped in ancient mastodon and bison bones. What did they name their new beverage? Mastodon juice, of course!

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Anna Rothschild
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(drinking mastodon juice)
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