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The Academy of Sciences of Yakutia has created a "mammoth portal"

The Academy of Sciences of Yakutia presented the "mammoth portal". While the unusual resource is in test mode. It publishes information about paleontological finds made recently on the territory of the republic. The Center for Mammoth Research (Hot Springs, USA), as well as the paleontological and zoological institutes of the Russian Academy of Sciences, joined the work with the portal.

Specialists will be able to find on the site in-depth information about the objects of interest to them. As for ordinary visitors who want to look into the past of the planet, for them the materials will be presented in an accessible language.

On the resource you can learn not only about mammoths. Information about wolverine, horse, bison and woolly rhinoceros living on the territory of modern Yakutia at the same time as the giants has been already published here. These are fragmentary, but the site developers claim that the database will be regularly updated. "Mammoth Port" opened at: http://mammothportal.com.

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