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(CBC)   40,000 year old baby mammoth found in Yukon. Not alive, obviously   (cbc.ca) divider line
    More: Cool, Geology, Storm, A Little Bit Longer, North America, Ice age, Woolly mammoth, Alaska, Mining  
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781 clicks; posted to STEM » on 25 Jun 2022 at 3:45 AM (6 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2022-06-25 3:49:38 AM  
It's more likely than you think
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sVYMsNay8G0
 
2022-06-25 5:52:04 AM  
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2022-06-25 6:31:14 AM  
It literally looks like it died only a short while ago. Amazing.
 
2022-06-25 9:04:10 AM  
They must name it Cornelius.  Yukon Cornelius, the baby mammoth?  Who wouldn't love that?
 
2022-06-25 9:29:24 AM  
Well obviously, or out would be an adult.
 
2022-06-25 10:54:43 AM  
Clone that thing & clone it now.

/want my mammoth spare ribs bbq
 
2022-06-25 12:18:59 PM  

Metaluna Mutant: Clone that thing & clone it now.

/want my mammoth spare ribs bbq


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2022-06-25 1:35:26 PM  
"Not alive, obviously."
Not yet, anyway.
 
2022-06-25 4:59:29 PM  
Maybe not alive but "It's a-living"...

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2022-06-25 5:08:51 PM  

Aquapope: They must name it Cornelius.  Yukon Cornelius, the baby mammoth?  Who wouldn't love that?


Cornelia.
 
2022-06-25 8:02:58 PM  
Nice use of the Cool tag there Subby.
 
2022-06-26 12:18:38 AM  
The baby woolly mammoth, named Nun cho ga, which means "big baby animal"

Thats what my wife calls me.
 
2022-06-26 1:00:27 AM  
Is the one found in Europe male?  Because, well ...
 
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