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Preserved in ice for tens of thousands of years, this juvenile woolly rhino still has its thick, reddish-brown hair, all of its limbs, and most of its internal organs, including its intestines.
To date, this furry little creature is the best-preserved woolly rhino found in the Arctic Yakutia and may even be the most intact ever discovered anywhere in the world.
originally posted by: LookingAtMars
They don't have gloves on. Let's hope they don't eat it.
who said climate change was all bed
originally posted by: halfoldman
I wonder if extinct animal parts are subject to CITES agreements?
I could swear I once heard that mammoth ivory actually isn't, which makes me wonder how much of this stuff is found, and they never report it, but sell it straight away.
I can't wait for the first Cro-Magnon or Neanderthal they find.
Come on tundra come on!
Maybe one day we can retrieve their last memory:
The chief: "We are all Neanderthal"!
The hunters: "We are all Neanderthal".
The chief: "Hunt a rhino and have a ball"!
The hunters: "Hunt a rhino and have a ball".
"The refrain getting a bit thin there ... I know we've been going for 48 hours, but come on dudes, we've almost worn it down".