The remains are thought to date back to the last Ice Age
Road workers building a new bypass have unearthed the Ice Age remains of a woolly mammoth and a woolly rhino.
The team, working on improvements to the A14 between Cambridge and Huntingdon, discovered a number of bones while digging near Fenstanton.
Experts believe the remains, found in what was once an ancient river, could be at least 130,000 years old.
Palaeontologist Dean Lomax said discoveries like this were "exciting" and "quite uncommon".
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