An Kansas farmer Christian Mantzke has discovered parts of a gigantic skeleton in his backyard and, with the assist of archeologists, Mantzke wishes to dig up the . 5 reports a named Christian was digging inthe backyard of his house 2 years ago when he discovered what appeared to be an tremendous bone buried in the ground. "I got down on my hands and knees on the bank and I could visualize a marrow line close to the edge of this and I said a friend, that’s a bone, that's a truly large bone,"Christian Mantzke told five. Mantzke kept the find to himself for 2 years, but and then decided to enlist experts for assist him extracting the of the gigantic skeleton. Scientists from the University of Kansas identified the this bone as the femur of mammoth. Since then they have uncovered the mammoth's vertebrae and ribs, all of which Christian keeps in his house . Scientists are excited about the discovery because it is extraordinary to find so many bones from a mammoth in single topographic point. Even so, since the bones were found on his property they belong to Christian Mantzke, who says he's not certain what he would do with them so far. The volunteers helping Christian uncover the bones trust they will find the mammoth's head in the future.