There are a lot of things that people see underneath the Earth's crust. Through the years, researchers are always looking for various proof of the existence of animals that are now extinct. Just what these two farmers had found underneath Earth's surface.
Two farmers, James Bristle and his neighbor Trent Satterthwaite, were both working on the irrigation of their fields when they accidentally hit something hard.
At first, these two farmers thought it was just a rock, but as they continued digging about 8 feet deep, they realized the object forms like a "bent post".
As they continued digging, they found out that is was actually a remain of a woolly mammoth.
Mammoths are giant animals like the one you have seen in the movie 'Ice Age'. They existed years ago along with dinosaurs that once roamed the earth. They are the predecessors of our elephants today.
A professor at the University of Michigan named Dan Fisher believes that this giant creature must be in its 40's or 50's when it died and the other parts of its remains must have been taken by other humans who lived in that area before.
The farmers not only unveiled one part of the mammoth but 20% of the woolly mammoth's remains including the head and the tusks, several ribs and a set of vertebrae and more.