Woolly mammoths died off 4,000 years ago from isolation and extreme weather, study suggests- Technology News, Firstpost

tech2 News StaffOct 08, 2019 15:12:49 IST Bones can talk. Ask the scientists from the University of Helsinki and the Russian Academy of Sciences studied the bones and teeth from mammoths that lived in Northern Siberia, Alaska, the Yukon and the Wrangel Island. They looked at the isotope compositions of carbon, nitrogen, sulfur and strontium …

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