40,000-year-old wolf head found – complete with teeth and fur
Wolves have been in the news across the Great Lakes region and beyond in recent months. But a most interesting wolf-related story involves the discovery of a severed wolf head that’s believed to be more than 40,000 years old. And get this – thanks to the permafrost from which it was found, it came complete with teeth and fur.
The discovery was made in eastern Siberia, and the wolf is believed to have been roaming that area during the Ice Age.
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The severed head of a prehistoric wolf was found in Siberia — perfectly preserved https://t.co/iZDNcfkdiJ
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