In 1952, the directive from the Governor's office was to make the strongest bridge in the world… Strong enough to "handle a mammoth.” It obviously wasn't meant to be taken literally, but The Mighty Mac and the Governor's words have come full circle.
Last year, University of Michigan scientists verified a fossilized tooth found by a 6-year-old near Rochester Hills. Apparently, these behemoths roamed the Great Lakes region thousands of years ago.
Legislators are moving forward with a bill to officially name the Woolly Mammoth as the official state animal of Michigan, replacing the Robin by this time next year.
Did you know, in 9,000 BC, that these glorious animals roamed all over Michigan?!
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