A 765,000-year-old bone from the leg of a Yukon horse offers a window into the past
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August 13, 20224 min read758 words
Published: August 13, 2022  |  4 min read758 words
WHITEHORSE, YUKON — A few minutes’ walk from the bank of the aquamarine upper Yukon River in northwestern Canada, thousands of bones of ancient creatures rest in boxes and on shelves.Here in the lab of Yukon government paleontologists are the remains of saber-toothed cats, bears ...
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Interesting article presenting the capabilities of palaeontologists to decipher the lives of millennia-old animals who once roamed the earth through sophisticated and unusual means.
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