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Well-preserved mammoth skeleton parts found in Siberian lake – Sydney Morning Herald

Reindeer herders found part of the animal’s skull, the lower jaw, several ribs, and a foot fragment with sinews still intact.

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Moscow: Russian scientists are working to retrieve the rest of a well-preserved skeleton of a woolly mammoth, which has some ligaments still attached to it, from a lake in northern Siberia.
Fragments of the skeleton were found by local reindeer herders in the shallows of Pechevalavato Lake on the Yamalo-Nenets region a few days ago. They found part of the animal’s skull, the lower jaw, several ribs, and a foot fragment with sinews still intact.
People study a mammoth bone fragment in the Peche…

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