Mammoth Found with Liquid Blood
Members of a paleontological expedition from North-Eastern Federal Univ., and the Russian Geographical Society found an incredibly well preserved carcass of a female mammoth on Lyakhovsky Islands of Novosibirsk archipelago.
The mammoth soft tissues are well preserved. According to the scientists, the tissues of the animal are almost ideal, only the upper part of the body, head and left hind leg were skeletonized. The scientists examined the teeth and established that the mammoth’s age was about 50-60 years.
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