Frozen baby mammoth found in Canada

YUKON – A frozen woolly baby mammoth has been discovered in the Klondike region of northwest Yukon. Never before has this ancient animal been discovered in North America completely intact.

Yukon’s government reveals this information. A baby mammoth has previously been discovered only once. 2007: This occurred in Siberia. Four thousand years ago, the mammoths became extinct.

According to CBS News, a miner clearing mud discovered the mammoth. The baby, presumed to be a girl, has been given the name Nun cho ga. This translates to “big baby animal” in the local Native American language. Yukon paleontologist Grant Zazula told BBC, “Nun cho ga is beautiful and one of the most incredible mummified ice age animals ever discovered in the world.”

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