In Canada, a miner has discovered a volley mammoth preserved in a gold mine for 35,000 years.
According to foreign media reports, a young miner from a Canadian gold mine called Klondike has discovered the body of one of the oldest breeds of elephants in the ice of his life.
Archaeologist Grant Zazola said that the body of the baby of the volley mammoth (the oldest species of elephant) preserved in the ice is estimated to be more than 35,000 years old. I have been told that this is the most important discovery of ancient life in North America because the fur and hair of this volley meme still exist.
The one-month-old volley mammoth was pulled out of the ice by experts, and an investigation has uncovered some amount of grass in the belly of the volley mammoth, which could provide more information about it.
It should be noted that experts now have to decide how to do research on it and what steps will be taken to keep it safe later.