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Museum visitors will no longer be greeted by a giant, 10,000-year-old skeletal rear end when they walk in. Instead, as a museum spokeswoman puts it, they'll see "a little more majestic view."
A 10,000-year-old mastodon was mostly cooperative Thursday as an eight-person crew at the Ohio Historical Society began the delicate operation of taking the skeleton apart so it can be reassembled in a more flattering position _ with the beast's rear end not so prominent.
A giant, skeletal rear end is one of the first things to greet visitors at the Ohio Historical Society in Columbus. So museum workers are going to move the 10,000-year-old mastodon a few feet to showcase his better features.