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Posted by: Nick Redfern on March 19th, 2014
“Martin Clemens has a good, thought-provoking new article at Mysterious Universe on the Woolly Mammoth, and specifically on whether or not attempts should be made to clone the creature…”
Read: Cloning the Woolly Mammoth »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on September 6th, 2013
Is this real footage of a Woolly Mammoth filmed in Siberia in 1943?
Read: Woolly Mammoth Filmed in 1943? »
Posted by: Nick Redfern on June 7th, 2012
Mammoths in the news…
Read: A Mammoth-Sized Discovery »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on March 15th, 2012
Animal Planet’s FINDING BIGFOOT concluded a strong nine-episode run this past Sunday with the second season averaging more than 1.3M P2+ viewers, up 15% vs. season one (1.38M vs. 1.2M). It now ranks among Animal Planet’s top-three performing series of all time among P2+. Animal Planet ordered additional episodes, which are slated to air later this year, including two to be shot internationally.
Read: Animal Planet Finds Mammoth-Sized Ratings For “Finding Bigfoot” »
Posted by: Loren Coleman on March 9th, 2012
#MassExtinction #Paleontology #Megafauna #Mammoths #Mastodons
#IvanSanderson may have been right, after all. Bringing the recent breaking news into broader context.
Read: Mammoth Megafauna Mammal Massacre »
Posted by: Loren Coleman on February 20th, 2012
@doctoratlantis #WoollyMammoth #Hoax #Skepticism : New developments have arisen.
Read: More On Mammoth Hoax »
Posted by: Loren Coleman on February 13th, 2012
#Mammoth #Siberia #Hoax
I felt you would like to see Ludovic Petho’s statement.
Read: Mammoth Footage Faked »
Posted by: Loren Coleman on February 9th, 2012
Is this video unraveling, with a bit of a look behind the scenes?
#Cryptozoology #Fakery #Woolly Mammoth
Read: Mammoth Madness? New Developments »
Posted by: Loren Coleman on February 8th, 2012
New footage shows “one” in a river, supposedly.
#Siberia #Cryptid #Mammoth #Cryptozoology
Read: “Woolly Mammoth” Spotted in Siberia (Updated) »
Posted by: Loren Coleman on September 2nd, 2010
Okay, then, what did wipe them out? Image.
Read: Space Strike Didn’t Kill Mammoths? »
Posted by: Loren Coleman on December 10th, 2008
What was the largest hairy elephant in the prehistoric world? Image.
Read: World’s Largest Mammoth? »
Posted by: Loren Coleman on November 26th, 2008
Seventy percentage of the mammoth’s genome has been sequenced. What would you suggest be done next? Images.
Read: Bring Back The Mammoth? »
Posted by: Loren Coleman on July 28th, 2008
Travel with me today, from the concept of prehistoric trunked animals to the future establishment of Pleistocene Parks in Siberia and America. Regarding artist William Munns’ reconstruction theories about trunked dinosaurs, he observes, “In the matter of comparative anatomy with existent species, no existent skulls are identical, but two types do have nares at the […]
Read: Saigas, Mammoths, and Pleistocene Parks »
Posted by: Loren Coleman on June 10th, 2008
Andrea Thompson, a senior writer at Live Science has written an interesting article on a new subspecies discovery regarding woolly mammoths. Two genetically distinct groups of woolly mammoths once roamed northern Siberia, a new study suggests, with one group dying out long before humans showed up. The finding suggests humans were not the only reason […]
Read: Woolly Mammoths: Two Subspecies Discovered »
Posted by: Loren Coleman on March 16th, 2008
This is not the Oimyakon mammoth, but a better preserved specimen being studied in 2007. It was found by hunter Yuri Khudi in Russia’s Arctic Yamalo-Nenetsk region, in May 2007. On September 27, 2004, the front part of a baby mammoth’s body was found in Olchan mine in the Oimyakon Region of Yakutia. Specialists of […]
Read: Mysteries of the Oimyakon Baby Mammoth »
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