FP trend04 August 2020 15:34:41 IS
After a five-day search, scientists managed to get the bones and faeces of a woolly mammoth from a shallow lake in Siberia. Almost 90 percent of the animal was found.
Two expeditions were carried out in the silt of the Pechenelava-To lake on the Yamal peninsula to discover the well-preserved parts of the old animal The Siberian period.
Interestingly, the back of the mammoth̵
It is also quite rare to come across an animal’s excrement so close to the body itself. The Feces or coprolite can provide information about the woolly mammoth’s diet. Scientists at the Yamal-Nenets Autonomous District Arctic Research Center are certain that the fossilized faeces were mammoth.
Dmitry Frolov, director of the center, said The Siberian period that the coprolite was definitely left behind by this mammoth and it was a very good find because “it can contain a lot of information about the mammoth’s diet and pollen from old plants and much more”.
The adult mammoth skeleton (15 to 20 years old) is the third on the Yamal peninsula and is likely to be called Tadibe – after the hard work of the locals Konstantin, Yakov and Alexander Tadibe from the village of Seyakha, who made the discovery in the first place. The animal was about 10 feet tall and an adult male.
Previously, the world’s best-preserved mammoth calf, Lyuba and Masha, was discovered on the peninsula, a calf found in 1988.
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