Remains of a huge mammoth were recently found on a soybean farm in Michigan. Dating indicates that the mammoth lived more than 15,000 years ago. As exciting as the find was, it was even more exciting to learn that humans may have butchered the beast. University of Michigan paleontologist Daniel Fisher believes the evidence is strong that early Americans – much earlier than Clovis people – removed sections of the enormous beast and effectively opened it’s skull to get at the rich, fatty brains inside. Bones associated with boulders in a former pond appear to indicate that portions of the beast were anchored under the cold waters to help preserve the meat and keep scavengers away. See what you think – Read the Full Article on Newsweek.