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Well-preserved Ice Age woolly rhino found in Siberia

Well-preserved Ice Age woolly rhino found in Siberia

A well-preserved ice age woolly rhino has been unearthed in eastern Siberia, Russia. The rhino is believed to have lived in the late Pleistocene era, between 20,000 and 50,000 years ago. Most of its soft tissues are still intact, including part of the intestines, some thick hair, and a lump of fat. Its horn was found next to it. The carcass will be delivered to a lab next month for further studies

Kathy
Kathy
Unkars Thug
Unkars Thug 1 months

I feel like this might be our best chance to get DNA. And, if it's similar enough to modern Rhinos, we might be able to clone it.

#Donate2RebellionPAC
#Donate2RebellionPAC 1 months

As much as my knee jerk reaction is to call you a fan of "eager beavers" , I must admit it would be an interesting peEk into the past.

Montgomery
Montgomery 1 months

Lets clone it and put it in a zoo

Miranda
Miranda 1 months

Someone clone that bad boy so I can ride one into battle

bubbles
bubbles 1 months

I wonder if any preserved diseases reside in it. 2021 baby!!!

david dindu
david dindu 1 months

We have determined this creature died from the coronavirus 50k years ago

Hasegawa Fish
Hasegawa Fish 1 months

Pic looks more like an ancient giant platypus, tho.

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