All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘woolly mammoth’

Woolly Mammoth Goes On Display; To Be Cloned?

A 39,000-year old woolly mammoth found in Siberia last year is about to go on display in Yokohama, Japan for curious parties to check out on a three-month exhibition. Named Yuka, the 2-year old female was found with permafrost on her shoulders but the rest of her body was encased in cold soil, so she is remarkably well-preserved. So much …

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Mammoth With Blood Intact Found In Siberia

A woolly mammoth was recently found preserved in Siberia with its blood intact. The find renews hopes that scientists may be able to bring the long-extinct species back with cloning. North-Eastern Federal University in Yakutsk reports that members of a paleontological expedition found a preserved female Woolly Mammoth on the Lyakhovsky Islands off the Novosibirsk archipelago. What made this particular …

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