A Freakishly Well-Preserved Woolly Rhino Was Plucked From Siberia’s Melting Tundra
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posted on Jan, 2 2021 @ 04:11 PM
As the planet warms Siberia’s melting tundra begins to give up its secrets from the past , who said climate change was all bed.
The most recent find from the region of the Russian Republic of Yakutia is this well preserved Woolly Rhino believed to be 2-3 years old which died around 20,000 and 50,000 years ago probably from drowning.
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.
Woolly rhino found in Yakutia in August 2020
The Siberian Times
Dec 29, 2020
courtesy Vitalik Isaev read more siberiantimes.com/other/other…
Little fella needs a name , I’m calling him Big Ron.
life is postponed for the future
one is educated to live in the future and not to live in today….Live in the present.
Wow. Seriously cool.
I hope that unknown animals will come to light!