Mud Fossils: The Montgó Elephant

by | Oct 12, 2022

THE elephant Titan of Montgo, Spain has been on my stack of topics to cover for at least three years now. It was probably in the autumn of 2019 or the whereabouts, before the Great televised Scan-demic of 2020, that I contacted and interviewed the very individual who lives near the base of the Montgo Mammoth in Spain and brought this to our attention. He goes by Stellium7 on YouTube and is a true gentleman researcher to speak with. Don’t expect that interview to materialize here though, as our recorded phone conversation is still locked up in the vault. I suppose I could dig it out, but if I recall, Stellium7 basically advised me to look over the research he’d already presented and then write about it as I saw fit. And so, here you go, the latest edition to my Mud Fossils paper. Enjoy. 

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