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Sunday, February 16, 2020

18,000-Year-Old Puppy Found Fully Preserved In Ice


He sat down in the cold, and wasn’t seen again for 18,000 years.

Now, Russian scientists have uncovered the intact remains of the world’s oldest puppy, found in the Asian permafrost. Nearly every part of the dog was preserved in frozen mud, including the hair, whiskers, eyelashes, and teeth.

“This puppy has all its limbs, pelage – fur, even whiskers. The nose is visible. There are teeth. We can determine due to some data that it is a male,” said Nikolai Androsov, director of the Northern World private museum.

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