This sample of a ground sloth fossil is dated at about 450,000 years old. At least five individuals are represented in the collection, which came from the Camelot site at the Giant Cement Plant just north of Harleyville, Dorchester County. This particular set has not been displayed but similar ground sloth fossils are on display in the Pleistocene area of the State Museum. Below at left, the flat bottom gullah boat made by Willie DeReef, and Nickel Slot Machine.
This sample of a ground sloth fossil is dated at about 450,000 years old. At least five individuals are represented in the collection, which came from the Camelot site at the Giant Cement Plant just north of Harleyville, Dorchester County. This particular set has not been displayed but similar ground sloth fossils are on display in the Pleistocene area of the State Museum. Below at left, the flat bottom gullah boat made by Willie DeReef, and Nickel Slot Machine.
This sample of a ground sloth fossil is dated at about 450,000 years old. At least five individuals are represented in the collection, which came from the Camelot site at the Giant Cement Plant just north of Harleyville, Dorchester County. This particular set has not been displayed but similar ground sloth fossils are on display in the Pleistocene area of the State Museum. Below at left, the flat bottom gullah boat made by Willie DeReef, and Nickel Slot Machine.

The State Museum's collection is 20 years in the making

August 14, 2008 12:29 AM