Workers deconstruct the skeleton of a woolly mammoth at the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History in Washington. (AP Photo/The Washington Post, Linda Davidson)
Oil workers in Siberia struck woolly mammoth while carrying out land reclamation work. The workers near Nyagan in western Siberia halted digging with the excavator when a tusk turned up in the bucket, and used hand shovels to find more of the mammoth's skeleton around 10 feet under the ground, the S...
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