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From nowthisnews.com:

A puppy that is said to be thousands of years old was found perfectly preserved and frozen in Russia.

Scientists in Russia said the puppy was found by locals last year in frozen mud near the city of Yakutsk. The scientists later named it Dogor, which means “friend.” After extracting a piece of its bone and running DNA tests, scientists said they discovered Dogor is around 18,000 years old and a male. The prehistoric puppy has all of his teeth, fur and limbs, which is “unusually well-preserved.”

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From the New York Post:

Scientists are investigating whether a giant, 40,000-year-old wolf’s head found perfectly preserved beneath Siberian permafrost could have been chopped off by hunters.

The severed head was found above the Arctic Circle by local man Pavel Efimov a year ago but was only announced by researchers studying the Ice Age mammal last week.

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From www.asahi.com:

Their facial expressions frozen in time, an immaculately well-preserved cave lion cub and wolf head have been found in the Siberian permafrost after 30,000 years.

The discovery by a team of Japanese and Russian researchers was announced in Tokyo on June 3.

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From euractiv.com:

Wolves have made a comeback in Europe thanks to years of strict protection. But not everyone is happy and politicians are struggling to find the right balance between protecting nature and helping farmers.

Grey wolves (Canis Lupus) were the most widely distributed mammals in the northern hemisphere, from Canada to Russia and from Sweden to Saudi Arabia. But by the 1990s, they became mostly extinct in Europe due to disappearing habitat and deliberate killings.

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