Reconstruction of a mammoth-bone house from Ukraine, 16,000-10,000 BC 30 bone hut sites out of Mammoth bone made by prehistoric humans during the Paleolithic period has been found (as deep as 22.5 m deep) in Czech Republic, Poland and Ukraine in Europe. The huts and houses were Circular or oval huts and as much as 15 to 20 feet in diameter.
New discoveries of polished bone tools at two prehistoric sites in France suggest that Neandertals independently invented these finely made implements, without a helping hand from Homo sapiens. The finds may represent the best sign yet that Neandertals were no boneheads when it came to technological innovation.
Art illustration - Prehistoric Mammals - Cervalces scotti: is an extinct deer genus that lived during the Pliocene and Pleistocene epochs. It had a deer-like face but a moose's body, It was slightly larger than the moose, with an elk-like head, long legs,It reached 2.5 m (8.2 ft) tall and weighing 708.5 kg (1,562 lbs). The species became extinct approximately 11,500 years ago, toward the end of the most recent ice age, as part of a mass extinction of large North American.
mammoth tusk hut. In 1965, four mammoth bone huts were found in Mezhirich (central Ukraine) by a farmer who was digging a cellar. These dwellings dated back 15,000 years ago and had a total of 149 bones in the construction.