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The astonishingly intact body of a young foal that died between 30,000 and 40,000 years ago was recently unearthed from melting permafrost in Siberia. Its mummified remains were so well-preserved by icy conditions that the skin, the hooves, the tail, and even the tiny hairs in the animal's nostrils and around its hooves are still visible.
The foal was likely about two months old when it died and may have drowned after falling into "some kind of natural trap,"
Paleontologists found the mummified body of the young horse inside the 328-foot-deep (100 meters) Batagaika crater during an expedition to Yakutia in eastern Siberia. Remarkably, the body is whole and undamaged and measures about 39 inches (98 centimeters) tall at the shoulder
originally posted by: murphy22
Wait until Noah's ark is seen by all, due to the "global melting". That'll be real "news". Their, "it's".... 30,000 to 40,000 year old guesses, won't mean much then.
"Science" will have a hard day ahead, trying to explain away a 4000 year old history book they've tried so hard to refute.
That dead horse ain't over a thousand years old.