domingo, 29 de enero de 2012

Snowmass Ice Age discovery getting national attention / Video

DENVER - In October 2010, archaeologists uncovered what will probably be the discovery of a lifetime for some of them.

In Snowmass Village, near Aspen, thousands of Ice Age fossils were found. It was one of the most significant discoveries ever made in Colorado.

The Denver Museum of Nature & Science took charge of the excavation and now they're about to get more national exposure.

The discovery will be featured in the upcoming issue of National Geographic magazine, which hits stands this Tuesday. It will also be featured in a one-hour NOVA program "Ice Age Death Trap" special which airs Wednesday on Rocky Mountain PBS.

9NEWS talked Saturday morning with Ian Miller, one of the discovery's project managers. Click on the attached video to see the interview.

Actualización (15-04-12): Video: NOVA - Ice Age Death Trap

Vídeo YouTube por PeterFormaini el 02/02/2012.

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Video: NOVA - Ice Age Death Trap