What they found was nothing short of extraordinary.
If you can tell me something more metal than finding a giant 40,000-year-old wolf's head half buried in Siberian permafrost while out hunting for ancient mammoth ivory, then I would bloody love to hear it.
The body part, discovered near the remote Tirekhtyakh River, is believed to have been magnificently preserved in the Siberian permafrost. But people have previously found other remains of ancient wolves, such as a mummified wolf pup that lived over 50,000 years ago in Canada.
"We want to answer the question of whether these wolves disappeared or turned into modern wolves, how much they are related to modern wolves", Albert Protopopov, head of mammoth fauna studies at the Yakutiaacademy of sciences, told The Telegraph.
The find, which follows the discovery of a number of ancient cave lion cubs in the same region in 2015 and 2017, represents another amazingly well-preserved animal recovered from Yakutia: its fur, fangs, skin tissue, and even brain tissue are still seemingly intact.
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