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Perfectly Preserved Woolly Mammoth Baby Found in Russia's Permafrost
Another, new, near perfectly preserved baby woolly mammoth has been discovered in Russia´s permafrost by a reindeer herder, authorities said on Friday. Local officials said that the carcass of the baby woolly mammoth wa...
2011-08-19   Moscow, Russian Federation Category: fossil

Bringing back the woolly mammoth back to life. The frozen corpse of a baby mammoth from the Siberian steppes has pushed open the doors to the cloning of long-extinct species. But is it right?
Now Japanese scientists believe they may be just four years away from resurrecting something far more impressive – the woolly mammoth. The feat is all down to the discovery of mammoths preserved in the Siberian permafrost ...
2011-03-29   Osaka, Japan Category: research

42,000-year-old baby woolly mammoth arrives at Liberty Science Center for month-long exhibit
You may never be too old to learn, but a new exhibit at the Liberty Science Center proves you’re never too old to enlighten either. Lyuba, a 42,000-year old baby woolly mammoth discovered in Siberia in 1997, arrived at the ...
2010-10-11   Jersey City, United States Category: fossil

42,000-Year-Old Baby Mammoth Coming to Jersey City This Fall
When the Field Museum’s traveling exhibition Mammoths and Mastodons: Titans of the Ice Age comes to the Liberty Science Center next month, it will bring with it the celebrated 42,000-year-old baby woolly mammoth Lyuba. Lyub...
2010-09-10   Jersey City, United States Category: fossil

Baby mammoth mummy stars at Field Museum this week
Lyuba, the baby wooly mammoth that goes on display this week at the Field Museum, was preserved almost perfectly intact right down to her baby fat for 42,000 years in frigid Siberian river muck. Now released from her icy grav...
2010-03-01   chicago, United States Category: fossil

Mammoth remains from the Russian permafrost offer up rich bounty
It was 15 years ago when Vasily Ivanovich spotted something curious poking out of the side of a lake. Scrambling down a reed-lined bank, the reindeer hunter gently coaxed the object from the mud. "It was a mammoth tusk," Ivan...
2009-10-11   Yamal Peninsula, Russian Federation Category: fossil

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