Wolf dog, Carbur's life in the life of ice


Wolf dog, Carbur's life in the life of ice
Wolf dog

Scientists believe that the remains of the dogs and karibu found in northern Canada can be found in the ice age 50 thousand years ago.

Even during the rescue, the animals of the mummies were untouched by both hair, skin and muscle tissues.
In the year 2016, the miners found the remains of dogs and karibur wolf in the city of Dawson in the Yukon area. Afterwards, they were handed over to the paleontologists for research and examination, according to the BBC.
Wolf dog, Carbur's life in the life of ice
Wolf dog
The dead bodies of these two organisms, mummified in the tissues of the mammals found in various areas of the world, are the oldest, the idea is that the paleontologist Grant Jazzler.
Mummy wolf said that Kuru was eight weeks old at the time of her death.
"It is excellent, its fur, small hand paw and tail, bent upward thoracic teeth are also seen; It's a wonderful, "said Junk, quoted by the contracting agency Canadian Press on Thursday.
Large bergant deer species of North America were found on the body of the carbine, from shoulder to waist, head and forehead arms.
Wolf dog, Carbur's life in the life of ice
Wolf dog
The remains of wolf dogs and kiribu are kept for two exhibitions in the city of Dawson. Officials said they will soon be sent to the Conservation Institute near Otowa. Their hopes, how to survive the animals of the ice age, the remains of mummies, and scientists will be able to satisfy different types of curiosity. Hammish Mammoth and one species of camel were stuck in the northern part of Canada at the time, but the large animals were extinct in the long run. Wolf dogs and kiribu remote descendants can still be found around Yukon.
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