Baby mammoth found in permafrost in Canada

Baby mammoth found in permafrost in Canada

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A whole baby woolly mammoth has been found frozen in permafrost in northwest Canada.

This is the first such find in northern Canada. America, according to the Air Force.

According to scientists, the mammoth is over 30,000 years old. It was discovered by gold miners in the Klondike region of the Yukon Territory.

The mammoth found was believed to be a female. It has been named Nun cho ga, which means “large baby animal” in the local indigenous language.

This is the best-preserved woolly mammoth found in North America.

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