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CHERSKY, Russia (Reuters) - One day, climate change could cost the earth. For now, it is a nice little earner for Russian hunter Alexander Vatagin.
In Siberia's northernmost reaches, high up in the Arctic Circle, the changing temperature is thawing out the permafrost to reveal the bones of prehistoric animals like mammoths, woolly rhinos and lions that have been buried for thousands of years.
Originally posted by wigit
I'm sure there are a few organised groups at these melting tundras already. I look forward to see what they'll uncover. Perhaps a whole new bunch of previously unknown species?
Originally posted by logicize
I think this reinforces the idea that we are still coming out of an ice age and returning to normal.