Mammoth Mud in Waco

Of course, mammoths were not around when Waco, Texas was established. Humans had not yet made the trek there, either. Anyway, now a building is over a dig site where mammoth bones were discovered. The place is now designated as Waco Mammoth National Monument.

A huge amount of mud buried Colombian mammoths, camels, and other critters. These mammoths were determined to live at one time in a large part of North and Central America. Something ruined their day mighty quick-like.

In Waco, Texas is a dig site for mammoths that visitors can see. The mammoths were probably buried in an Ice Age flood subsequent to the Genesis Flood
Museum quality dig shelter, NPS Photo (usage does not imply endorsement of site contents)
What was found here is not evidence of the Genesis Flood. At least, not directly. Sediments from that Flood cover huge areas, often seen continuing on different continents. This mud was most likely from a flash flood during the Ice Age, both of which were subsequent to the global Flood.
Hunters in the 1970s discovered mammoth bones exposed in sediments near the confluence of the Bosque and Brazos Rivers in north central Texas. They notified scientists, who began excavating the site. Decades later, in 2015, the site and surrounding land became a national monument.

Today, visitors hike a short path to a large air-conditioned building that covers the dig site. A herd of huge Columbian mammoths got buried in mud. How and when did they die? Waco Mammoth National Monument offers an opportunity to allow God’s Word to help answer these questions and to place the Ice Age in world history.

To finish reading, see "Waco Mammoth National Monument". Also of interest, experiments show that mud deposits can be deposited by rapid currents, which is the opposite of secular geological thinking. This is at "Mud experiments overturn long-held geological beliefs". Finally, a nice video on the Monument. The narrator misspoke a few times, but it's still interesting: