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Tusk analyses suggest weaning took years

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2:02pm, November 8, 2005

From Mesa, Ariz., at a meeting of the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology

Tusks of juvenile mammoths carry a chemical record of the animals' environment and behaviors, including how quickly they became weaned from their mothers, scientists have found.

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