Preserved Baby Wooly Mammoth Found In Russian Arctic

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Wooly Mammoth Found in the Arctic

According to Reuters, an amazingly well-preserved baby wooly mammoth was found by a reindeer herder in the Arctic. Most of the wool was gone, but her organs and skin are intact.

She’s been named Lubuya after the herder’s wife. She has been frozen between 11,500 to 1.8 million years, which is the time period they became extinct.

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