An historical elephant fossil was discovered in northern India and is believed to be no less than 5 million years previous.
This elephant fossil was discovered in the forest of Shivalik in the Badshahi Bagh space of Uttar Pradesh.
According to the chief conservator of the forest in the world, VK Jain, “We discovered the fossil a couple of weeks again, there was an in depth research on it in the Wadia Institute in Dehradun.”
“It is a fossil that belongs to the Dhok Pathan Formation of the Shivalik vary. It’s a fossil of a stegodon, quite a lot of an elephant which was once discovered in the prehistoric age,” he added.
“This fossil is a middle-age deposition. We will protect it and can analysis if extra of it exists as effectively,” he stated.