Lessons From A Defrosted Baby Mammoth

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Two years ago, reindeer herders in Siberia discovered a 40,000-year-old baby woolly mammoth on a riverbank. Paleontologist Daniel Fisher explains what is known about the mammoth's life and how she died, and what she reveals about the period during which she lived.



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