Woolly mammoth to be displayed in Japan.
A woolly mammoth carcass regarded as the best preserved specimen in the world will be displayed as part of an exhibition in Yokohama from July 13 to September 26.
The female mammoth, named Yuka, is thought to have been about 2 and a half years old when she died 39,000 years ago. The remains were found encased in ice in Siberia last year.
Muscle and blood samples were able to be taken from the remains, which have raised hopes of one day cloning the species (see below).

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Woolly mammoth to be displayed in Japan.

A woolly mammoth carcass regarded as the best preserved specimen in the world will be displayed as part of an exhibition in Yokohama from July 13 to September 26.

The female mammoth, named Yuka, is thought to have been about 2 and a half years old when she died 39,000 years ago. The remains were found encased in ice in Siberia last year.

Muscle and blood samples were able to be taken from the remains, which have raised hopes of one day cloning the species (see below).

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