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Associated Press 2 Dec 2019

Puppy found in permafrost believed to be 18,000 years old

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Scientists in Russia display a puppy found preserved in permafrost in eastern Siberia believed to be 18,000 years old. It was found remarkably well-preserved with fur, teeth and even whiskers. Radiocarbon dating was carried out by Swedish scientists. (Dec. 2)



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