Russian scientists have discovered a well-preserved skull of Elasmotherium sibiricum, an extinct woolly mammal nicknamed ‘Unicorn of Siberia’. Scientists from the Tomsk State University, Russia, concluded that the remains were 29,000 years old. It was believed that the last specimens of ‘Siberian Unicorn’ became extinct 350,000 years ago, something discarded after the recent discovery.

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