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7 million year-old camel fossil unveiled at Lafayette museum

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In cooperation with the Lafayette Science Museum, the University of Louisiana at Lafayette school of geosciences released a recent discovery of 7 million year old giant camel fossil discovered by university faculty. The fossils will be prepared at the museum and displayed to the public early April.