A family in Oskaloosa, Iowa has unique decorations in their living room -- mammoth bones.
The family found the first bone two years ago, Discovery news reported, but kept it a secret until they decided they needed help digging up the rest.
"I got down on my hands and knees on the bank and I could see a marrow line around the edge of this and I said boys, that's a bone, that's a really big bone," John, the father, told ABC 5 of the discovery.
Most of the skeleton is intact, according to the Associated Press, which makes it a rare find.
The University of Iowa will assist in the excavation and run tests throughout the summer. They still have to find the mammoth's head.
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