Armadillo Shell Fossil Aged 10,000 years old was Excavated by a Farmer in Buenos Aires, Argentina


Farming is one of the oldest sources of food and income in the history of the human race. Based on the evolution of man, ancient humans learned how to perform basic farming to provide food for themselves and for their families, from the prior process which was hunting. Well, as coincidence played up, farming was also the way wherein a certain farmer discovered an archeologic matter.

Jose Antonio Nievas, from Buenos Aires, was able to excavate a ten thousand-year old (10, 000) fossil in his farm located at 25 miles south of the province where he resides. Scientists who helped him expose the gigantic creature thought that it was a Glyptodon fossil, but later on identified as a shell of an armadillo.

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The huge turtle-like being was believed to exist in the Ice Age era and was fossilized due to natural phenomenon and certain circumstances. Because of the amazing breakthrough, Nievas, who lives a simple life, was able to be interviewed on national TV and to be known not just in his locality but nationwide and even international. Here is a video of the said farm with the fossil:


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