The Mt. Blanco Fossil Museum, a young-earth creationist outfit, is a mastodon skull to raise money.
As mentioned above, Mt. Blanco is a young-earth creationist organization:
We believe that evolution is an old-fashioned theory not substantiated by facts, and that what the Bible says is more scientifically accurate. Our museum shows that there was a worldwide flood only a few thousand years ago.
Oddly enough, Mt. Blanco’s about the auction has nothing to say about the age of the skull. The auction gallery
Distinct also from its European cousin, the Mammut borsoni, the American mastodon lived throughout North America, from Alaska to Central Mexico, in the Pleistocene epoch, and is generally believed to have become extinct about 10,000 years ago.
and CNN writes
Heritage Auction Galleries says the skull is estimated to be 40,000 years old, and projects it will fetch upward of $160,000.
You’d think that a skull three or four times older than the universe would sell for a lot more than $160,000.
Unless, of course, they know that their Biblical dating is horseshit, and were deliberately downplaying the fact that they’re YECs to avoid driving away serious buyers. Does money trump dogma?