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Boy finds well-preserved body of mammoth

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http://english.pravda.ru/science/earth/04-10-2012/122353-mammoth_remains_found-0/

An 11-year-old boy from Russia's Krasnoyarsk region found unique remains of a mammoth that died about 30,000 years ago. The boy, Yevgeny Salinder, made his priceless finding at Sopochnaya Karga, three kilometers from Sopkarga polar weather station in Taimyr.

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That boy must be well chuffed with himself for finding that. Good for him :tu:

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That boy must be well chuffed with himself for finding that. Good for him :tu:

Couldn't have put it better myself. Moment of a lifetime. It would be exciting enough as an adult let alone for an 11 year old... :)

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Couldn't have put it better myself. Moment of a lifetime. It would be exciting enough as an adult let alone for an 11 year old... :)

That's true! I'd be pretty chuffed myself :D

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I would be all excited

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Wow. That would be an amazing find, at any age of the boy.

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cloning it..

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Now let's clone it already!!

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Now we have the chance to learn more about an animal species, that lived millions to thousands years ago. Well done, little Zhenya. You stood very lucky :D

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