"Pretty impressive," he said — not because it's extremely rare, but because it appears to be a good specimen, surprisingly intact."We don't usually find complete bones in that area because they've been rolling around in a river and getting banged up by rocks and other things.The show was hosted by Canadian Olympian Jon Montgomery. were the winners of this season of The Amazing Race Canada.The series premiere aired on July 15, 2013 on CTV, with the season finale airing on September 16, 2013. They were the first parent-child team to win in any The Amazing Race franchise and at the time were the first team to win after overcoming two Speed Bumps.I was teasing them, telling them it was a dinosaur bone, but I knew it was a mammoth bone." It's not unusual to find old bones or fossils in northern Yukon.
"They were pretty excited about it — they've never seen something like that before.
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Robert Kyikavichik was duck hunting on the Crow River in northern Yukon when he saw something protruding from the water. It's at least 11,000 years old, and it could be a whole lot older.
"When I'm travelling along the river, up the Crow, you always keep an eye out for stuff like that, but I didn't expect to come upon something like this." A paleontologist confirmed the find is definitely a woolly mammoth femur bone.