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This is a really interesting article with great pictures for those interested in highly preserved Wooly Mammoths. The damn thing is 39 thousand years old!

http://www.theverge.com/2013/7/19/4537160/yuka-39000-year-old-frozen-woolly-mammoth-on-show-in-japan
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^Anent that, my favorite cousin has a pal who has an "ivory mine" somewhere in Alaska. It is a site where a bunch of mastodons (I think they're mastodons but might be mammoths) perished together, perhaps in a flood. He says even after 10,000+ years, the stench of decomposition is still horrible when he unearths a "fresh" carcass.
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