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Russian Boy Finds Well-Preserved Mammoth


Russian Boy Finds Well-Preserved Mammoth
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An 11-year-old boy living on Russia's Taimyr Peninsula, some 3,000 kilometers northeast of Moscow, discovered the remains of a 30,000-year-old mammoth while walking his dog. Researchers from St. Petersburg, who recently spent a week excavating the remains from the permafrost, describe the find as the best-preserved mammoth carcass in more than a century. (Reuters)

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