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In Moscow, Yakut Yakut mammoth will be shown

The famous Yakut mammoth, Yuka, arrived in Moscow on the occasion of the Festival of the Russian Geographical Society, which started on October 31 in the Central House of Artists. The unique exhibit can be seen in the capital for a few more months, after which it will be exhibited in South Korea and other Asian countries.

Yakuts will become the permanent exhibition site of Yuki. Mammoth Yuka was discovered in 2010 by members of the Yukagir community on the Laptev Sea in Ust-Yansky region of the Sakha Republic (Yakutia). It is believed that this sample of the woolly mammoth is the best preserved found in the entire history of world paleontology. Most of the soft tissues, as well as wool and even the brain, remained virtually intact. On the skin of Yuuki, quite deep traces of predator claws were found. Such a degree of preservation of animal remains allows scientists to build the most ambitious plans, for example, to clone a mammoth, reports the Russian Geographical Society.

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