Article Photos: Camel fossils found in western Oklahoma date back millions of years, scientist says 10/14

Paleontologist Kyle Davies, fossil preparator with the Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History, brushes away dirt from around bone fossils as archaeologists and paleontologists dig fossil bones on an Apache Corp. drilling site at the Packsaddle Wildlife Management Area in Ellis County south of Arnett Thursday, Aug. 22, 2013.  Teeth and bone fossils found at the site included those from prehistoric camels and horses. Photo by Paul B. Southerland, The Oklahoman <strong>PAUL B. SOUTHERLAND - PAUL B. SOUTHERLAND</strong>