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Scientists Study Brown Bear Frozen for 3,500 Years
The cold preserved the body almost perfectly in the frozen lands of eastern Siberia for almost 3,500 years.
Maxim Cheprasov is the laboratory chief at the Lazarev Mammoth Museum Laboratory at the North-Eastern Federal University in Yakutsk, eastern Siberia.
“This find is absolutely unique: the complete body of an ancient brown bear,” he said.
In 2020, reindeer herders found the female bear on an island in the Arctic Ocean.
Part of the animal was sticking out of the frozen ground, or permafrost, on Bolshoy Lyakhovsky Island.
The island is around 4,600 kilometers east of Moscow.
Because it was found just east of the Bolshoy Etherican River, it has been named the Etherican brown bear.
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