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Found in Yakutia mammoth Yuka went to an exhibition in Moscow

Yakut mammoth Yuka began his journey from Vladivostok to Moscow, where he will be exhibited at the exposition in honor of the 130 anniversary of the Russian Geographical Society. This is reported by the TASS news agency.

“All exhibits are on the way. On Friday we left Vladivostok, where the first Russian exhibition of the mammoth Yuki was held from July to October. Now they are on the train to Moscow, where they will arrive on October 24. The mammoth rides in a special huge refrigerator and will be exhibited in it, since you cannot defrost it ", -рассказал Head of the Department for the Study of Mammoth Fauna of the Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Sakha / Yakutia / Albert Protopopov. “These exhibits will then go to other exhibitions, since there is no exposition hall in Yakutsk, therefore there are no conditions for their storage,” he said.

МAmont Yuka is the only mammoth found with a preserved brain. "Research on the mammoth brain is already underway in Moscow in cooperation with the Institute of Human Physiology," said Protopopov.
The approximate age of the female mammoth, which was found in the Ust-Yansky district of Yakutia on the shore of the Laptev Sea in 2009 year, 6-11 years.

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