James Bristle and his family who happen to be farmers came across a mammoth discovery about a day ago,  His family came across the remains of a Woolly Mammoth that has literally been sitting in his backyard for about 11,000 years. Professor Dan Fisher of the Museum of Paleontology at the University of Michigan believes this site holds “excellent evidence of human activity,” Fisher said. "We think that humans were here and may have butchered and stashed the meat so that they could come back later for it.”

This finding is amazing and even though the entire Mammoth wasn't found intact the skull, jaw, vertebrae and ribs were all recovered.