Fragments of a well-preserved skeleton, the skin, feet, soft tissues and possibly even the head of the woolly mammoth were found washed ashore and in the slit of Arctic Lake Pechenelava-To on the Yamal peninsula in the Russian Arctic.
Potentially there might be remains of several other mammoths, or ‘Earth Bulls’ as they are called by the locals who reported the latest discovery.
A team of Yamal-based scientist is flying to the site, planning to examine the area and retrieve the find frozen for tens of thousands of years in permafrost…
To read more visit The Siberian Times.
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