Ice Age people were using bone projectile points to hunt extinct species of peccaries. The best evidence for this was found in Sheridan Cave in Wyandot County, Ohio. This picture shows a fragment of a peccary scapula with an almost perfectly round hole. The bone spear point laying through the hole was found nearby and may be the projectile that brought down this animal more than 11,000 years ago. It was found in the summer of 1995 by Kenneth Ford while excavating the skeleton of a flat-faced peccary. The tip of the point does have some impact damage. These two artifacts are positioned to show the direction from which the spear point perforated the bone. One side has a small entrance hole and the other side has a larger exit hole. This point was made from the long bone of a large animal and it measures 5 1/4 inches (13.4 cm) long.