Sergei Sadykov, a researcher at the South Ural Federal Scientific Center for Mineralogy and Geoecology, told the details about the mammoth, the remains of which were found in July 2020 by a lake in Yamal.
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As the expert noted, the remains of such a plan are very rare.
Sadykov explained that accurate data will be ready in the second half of 2021, when scientists will bring together all their research.
“Part of the mammoth was washed away with water. The rest, after studying, will be mothballed and arranged in the form of an exposition in the Museum of Salekhard, the capital of Yamal, ”the expert said.
In 2020, it was reported about an exhibition with a mammoth Any.
Source site russian.rt.com