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Gold researchers find baby uncle
In Canada, prospects are flocking for gold – and they stumbled upon something far better. They found a mammoth baby. The animal species is thought to have been extinct for thousands of years.
Gold miners discover baby uncle in Yukon region of Canada. Although the remains of uncles are often found in the area, it is very rare for a baby uncle to be in such good condition.
The sensational discovery was made by business journalist Willem Middlecoop, 59. He wrote: “Yukon’s news: Gold explorers in Yukon found a baby this week.”
Protected by permafrost
The last mammoth is estimated to have died about 4000 years ago on Wrangle Island between Russia and Alaska. However, on the continents of Europe and North America, there have been no elephant-like animals for about 11,500 years.
Animal remains are often preserved and preserved because they are called permafrost. So they are well preserved even after thousands of years. This is important for scientists because they can use the remains to carry out research on endangered species such as mammoths. (obf)
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