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Intact Woolly Mammoth Baby Uncovered in Northwestern Canada

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Miners working on Eureka Creek uncovered the frozen woolly mammoth while excavating through the permafrost on June 21. Elders named the mammoth calf Nun cho ga, meaning "big baby animal" in the H�n language. The Yukon has a world-renowned fossil record of ice age animals, but mummified remains with skin and hair are rarely unearthed.
3 months ago·Baldwin, United States

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