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When a group of Argentinian fishermen settled on the banks of the Alegre creek on Monday, the last creature they expected to be among their haul was a 10,000-year-old glyptodon.
But wedged into the sands of Barrio La Flecha in Ezeiza, Greater Buenos Aires, was hidden a shell of the extinct armadillo-like animal which roamed South America during the pre-Ice Age.
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Imanol Ojeda stumbled upon the curious hard object and, after scraping off the dirt with his knife, discovered it was a shell.
Oscar Vique, from the Marcos Paz Paleontologican Reserve, said that the tough shell remained 98 per cent intact and hailed it a 'very well-preserved specimen'.
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And one of the fishermen, Rodolfo Cuenca, said that the historical find made him proud to be from Ezeiza.
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