A local farmer stumbled upon several large stones, which he initially thought to be dinosaur eggs—along a lagoon near the farm playground, When archaeologists examined those stones closely, they found out them belonged to the prehistoric animals.
The animal became extinct thousands of years ago and it is very common to find their fossils in this region, all of them are rare to see at the present, especially the mammoth animal, which now turns to be scare.
It looks like it came from a dinosaur, and most of the neighbors believed them to have roamed the swamps of South America between 2 million and 10,000 years ago. These prehistoric animals were herbivores, which means their diet were comprised of different plants. Their most distinguishing feature was their furs and the teeth, which is similar to the ivory.
Some of the animals can reach 2 tons in weight and over 2 meters in height, and now our factory has successfully reproduced the prehistoric animals, and all of them are being delivered to Columbia to to be displayed in the national museum, and the children can be educated from the prehistoric creatures though interaction closely.