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"While prehistoric art depicting animals with trunks has been found in  Europe, this may be the first in the Western Hemisphere, researchers  report Wednesday in the Journal of Archaeological Science.
"It’s pretty exciting, we haven’t found anything like this in North  America," said Dennis J. Stanford, curator of North American Archaeology  at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History, who was a  co-author of the report."

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"While prehistoric art depicting animals with trunks has been found in Europe, this may be the first in the Western Hemisphere, researchers report Wednesday in the Journal of Archaeological Science.

"It’s pretty exciting, we haven’t found anything like this in North America," said Dennis J. Stanford, curator of North American Archaeology at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History, who was a co-author of the report."