First ever remains of baby woolly rhino discovered in Siberia You might have heard of the woolly mammoth, but paleontologists have unearthed a well-preserved baby woolly rhinoceros in Siberia’s Sakha Republic. The remains are believed to be at least 10,000 years old. The first images from the rare find were released by the Academy of Sciences in Yakutsk, which is the capital of the Sakha Republic, reports the Siberian Times. This is the first time that the remains of a baby woolly rhino has been discovered.
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