09 Feb 2012

Living Mammoth Filmed in Siberia?

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Two centuries and a bit ago, Thomas Jefferson entertained hopes that explorers might yet encounter Woolly Mammoths trumpeting in the remote Western wilderness.

Frozen Mammoth remains found in Siberia have been fresh enough to be served up as a delicacy at Explorers’ Club banquets.

Now, a British tabloid, The Sun, offers a video, allegedly made last summer somewhere in Siberia, purportedly showing a living Woolly Mammoth, Mammuthus primigenius, crossing a river.

(the embed script is not editable for size, but it doesn’t seem to matter crucially)


Cryptomundo
had the same thought I did. The tusks look more like a large salmon hanging from the mouth of a very large bear.

Hat tip to Karen L. Myers.

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