Week in Photos: Arrow Pierces Head, Dragon Burns, More

Week in Photos: Arrow Pierces Head, Dragon Burns, More
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Grevena, Greece, January 27, 2008A scientist holds teeth of a prehistoric mastodon displayed in a museum in northern Greece.

Last summer researchers announced the discovery of the animal's tusks, which are said to be the longest ever found (see the tusks)measuring 16.4 feet (5 meters).

The animal, which lived three million years ago, is believed to have been a 25- to 30-year-old male weighing six tons.

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