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THE KIKINDA MAMMOTH , is one of the best preserved fossil remains of mammoth – gigantic prehistoric animal which lived in the territories of Europe about 500 000 years ago. The remains of mammoths of this species, Mammothus trogontherii was discovered in 1996 in the plant of "Toza Markovic" factory, one of the biggest producers of bricks and roofing tiles in the Balkans, in Kikinda, in the town on the very north of Serbia. Outstanding scientific significance of this find keeps raising interest of the experts, but also all others who are interested in the far past of the earth.

Today, remains are in the National Museum Kikinda and replica mammoth stands as a unique tourist attraction in Museum yard.

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sonjamar on February 10, 2013

chel's - fotos - 2…, thank you.Greetings

sonjamar on February 10, 2013

SzNora, thank you for visit and L&F .Nice greetings

Marcio Guedes Marcon… on February 13, 2013

Very nice! Like

sonjamar on February 16, 2013

Marcio Guedes Marcon…, thank you for visit.Greetings

jacot69 on February 27, 2013

Bardzo pouczające zdjęcie!!!!!

sonjamar on February 27, 2013

Thank you jacot69 .Greetings

Damir Alter on May 7, 2013


sonjamar on May 7, 2013

Hvala w34a Damir Alter Mat… .

Alfred Schaffer on May 29, 2013

Very interesting motive! Like!


sonjamar on May 29, 2013

© alfredschaffer ,thank you.Nice greetings

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