A twist of fate

Posted in: Archaeology, Jefferson Today, Thomas Jefferson

This weekend, paleontologists finished removing fossilized mammoth bones from a construction site at the Thomas Jefferson School of Law in San Diego. The coincidence of unearthing ancient bones on the site of a school bearing the name of a man fascinated with fossils was not lost on Dean Rudy Hasl, who called the find "particularly appropriate." Some might even call it kismet.


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