Bones with Imbedded Arrow Points

   These bones tell of Native American hunting long ago showing stone points imbedded in animals killed.  Shown is a Lakota-type arrowhead on the inside of a young buffalo, meaning an arrow traveled through from the other side.  Next is a buffalo skull with a point still in the bone, but was broken off.  Its size indicates it was a spear point, which would be thrown with an atlatl.  The bottom row shows a bear skull and a deer's vertebrae with small arrowheads imbedded.