This weekend, I went to a mammoth excavation site in Waco, Texas.
I can’t even begin to explain to you how beautiful the remains were.
Below is a picture of the indoor part of the site.
A few years ago, they stopped the digging process so that people could come in and see the bones where they had been found.
There were only a few of the 26 mammoths found left on the site. The ones that were completely removed are now in the Mayborn Museum for testing.
So while the tour guide was pointing out the teeth of the mammoths, my family and I couldn’t help but see the similarities between the texture on the teeth and the sole of a shoe.
The picture below on the left is an adult’s tooth. (of which they only have 4)
If you look closely at the picture below on the right, slightly to the left of my shoes are the jaw and teeth of a baby mammoth. Do they look similar?!
Here’s a closer image of another baby mammoth’s teeth compared to the bottom of my shoes.
Can you see them there to the right?
Insane. Who knew shoes were good for grinding food?