March 24, 2023

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There may be mammoth bones at the bottom of a river in New York!

John Reeves, a famous prospector in America, recently claimed that a river was inside New York He has a real fortune beneath him. Reeves said on “The Joe Rogan Experience” podcast last December that an entire box carrying the bones of a prehistoric mammoth was dumped in the East River 80 years ago.

This may have happened because they were deemed unsuitable for the American Museum of Natural History and thus were thrown overboard. Reeves said, “I’ll tell you about the mammoth bones: they’re very valuable.” In this way, a treasure hunt of sorts began, searching for bones that had been lying since 1940 in the bottom of the East River east of Manhattan Island.

However, it should be noted that there is no evidence of this prehistoric skeleton at the site, and so far only Reeves’ claim. Internet By Joe Rogan. But that was not enough to stop dozens of hunters from taking to the river with their respective search gear.

Reeves was well-known for his excavations in Alaska, and when the press asked him about the origin of this story, he released a document signed by three people, namely:

  • Richard Osborne: An Anthropologist;
  • Robert Sadler: Alaska archaeologist;
  • Robert Evander: Worked in the Department of Paleontology at the American Museum of Natural History.

In theory, the document would represent an accumulation of fossils in the waters of the strait. The hypothesis is credited to Osborne, who was an employee of an excavation company, where he may have heard the story from someone else. According to legend, crates dumped in the Channel brought tens of thousands of tons of archeological material, which, if true, would mean great luck to the finder.

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Finally, the American Museum of Natural History threw a bucket of cold water over the treasure hunters who were looking for the bones and said of the alleged bones: “We have no record of these fossils being removed in the East River. We find no record of this statement in museum archives or other scientific sources.