Baby Wooly Mammoth Found Frozen In Siberia

Baby Wooly Mammoth Found Frozen in Siberia

A baby mammoth, frozen for 40,000 years, was discovered perfectly preserved

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    Khzyainov told All Points West's Sterling Eyford that the mammoth was about one or two months old when it died by drowning. "When she died she wasn't damaged by other animals, she was frozen, and when she froze it was [lucky] she wasn't damaged again by ...
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  • Meet Lyuba, the 42,000-year-old baby wooly mammoth
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    03/30/2010 - 1:00 pm | View Link
  • Baby woolly mammoth
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  • 40,000-year-old baby woolly mammoth frozen in time
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  • Lyuba
    Discovery. Lyuba was discovered in May 2007 by a Nenets reindeer breeder and hunter Yuri Khudi and his three sons, in Russia's Arctic Yamal Peninsula. Khudi recognized that Lyuba was a mammoth carcass and that it was an important find, but refused to touch the carcass because Nenets beliefs associated touching mammoth remains with bad omens.
    05/14/2018 - 1:04 am | View Website
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