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22 years ago, Luann and Brian Harrelson were trawling in a bend of the Fish River near White Mountain, Alaska, when they saw what looked like a strange, smooth log. Well, imagine their surprise, when the smooth log turned out to a 79-pound woolly mammoth tusk. Luann took a picture with the valuable artifact and her 3-year-old son, Andrew, before selling the tusk. 22 years later, Andrew and his fiancé were on the same bend in the Fish River this week when they found a Woolly Mammoth tusk of their own. Amazing discoveries in the same place found 22 years apart by the same family – incredible!

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