Apr 11, 2006; Everglades, FL, USA; Massive bones of what experts believe belonged to one or several ancient giant sloths, which measured up to 20 feet tall when standing and that became extinct at least 4,000 years ago, have been unearthed by South Florida Water Management District crews and contractors during an Everglades restoration construction project. Ft. Myers paleontologist

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Apr 11, 2006; Everglades, FL, USA; Massive bones of what experts believe belonged to one or several ancient giant sloths, which measured up to 20 feet tall when standing and that became extinct at least 4,000 years ago, have been unearthed by South Florida Water Management District crews and contractors during an Everglades restoration construction project. Ft. Myers paleontologist
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Apr 11, 2006; Everglades, FL, USA; Massive bones of what experts believe belonged to one or several ancient giant sloths, which measured up to 20 feet tall when standing and that became extinct at least 4,000 years ago, have been unearthed by South Florida Water Management District crews and contractors during an Everglades restoration construction project. Ft. Myers paleontologists Steve Bufter (left) worked to remove bones from the mud as Mark Renz (right) showed a group of gathered reporters an ankle bone from the giant sloth. Mandatory Credit: Photo by Thomas Cordy/Palm Beach Post/ZUMA Press. (©) Copyright 2006 by Palm Beach Post

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