Wooly Mammoth fossils to be on display in Keokuk County

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Wooly Mammoth fossils found in Oskaloosa are now available for all to see.

According to WHO, the fossils, which were found by a father and son picking blackberries, will be on display in Sigourney.

Researchers at the University of Iowa say the fossils could date back around 11,000 years.

They will be on display Saturday at the Skunk River Artifact Show at the Keokuk County Expo building.