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Researchers Find Incredibly Well-Preserved Fossilized 10,000-Year-Old Mammoth 
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Researchers Find Incredibly Well-Preserved Fossilized 10,000-Year-Old Mammoth 

A local reindeer herder in Russia has come across a sensational discovery: the remains of a teenage woolly mammoth with…
Radiocarbon Dating Helps Researchers Solve Archaeological Riddle in Siberia
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Radiocarbon Dating Helps Researchers Solve Archaeological Riddle in Siberia

There’s a mysterious complex in southern Siberia that has attached experts for decades. Despite conclusive evidence about its construction, we’ve…
Rewriting History: Scientists Find Oldest Connection Between Native Americans and Siberia
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Rewriting History: Scientists Find Oldest Connection Between Native Americans and Siberia

With the help of human population genetics, ancient pathogen genomics, and isotope analysis, scientists from the Max Planck Institute for…
Striking Discovery: 3 Ancient Roman Shipwrecks Found Buried in Serbia
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Striking Discovery: 3 Ancient Roman Shipwrecks Found Buried in Serbia

Researchers have revealed that coal miners in Serbia have recently unearthed an unexpected treasure beneath the surface: three ancient ships…
Cosmic Mystery: Scientists Search for “Extraterrestrial Matter” Hoping to Solve Tunguska Explosion
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Cosmic Mystery: Scientists Search for “Extraterrestrial Matter” Hoping to Solve Tunguska Explosion

In 1908, a never-before-seen explosion took place in Tunguska, present-day Russia, believed to have been caused by the disintegration of…
46,000-Year-Old Frozen Bird Found In Siberia Stuns Experts
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46,000-Year-Old Frozen Bird Found In Siberia Stuns Experts

In 2018, researchers in Siberia came across a frozen bird hidden among the permafrost. Analysis of the bird’s remains revealed…
Mysterious Ice Circles Seen From Space In Lake Baikal Revealed by Experts
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Mysterious Ice Circles Seen From Space In Lake Baikal Revealed by Experts

Scientists from Russia may have finally found a satisfactory answer to the enigmatic series of ice circles on Lake Baikal,…
16,000-Year-Old “Hot-Pots” Helped Ancient Siberian Hunters Survive the Ice Age
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16,000-Year-Old “Hot-Pots” Helped Ancient Siberian Hunters Survive the Ice Age

A new archaeological study has shown that ancient hunters living in Siberia crafted intricate heat-resisting pots in order to cook…
Earth’s Magnetic Pole Continues Wandering Mysteriously Towards Siberia
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Earth’s Magnetic Pole Continues Wandering Mysteriously Towards Siberia

According to the latest reports by the World Magnetic Model (WMM), our planet’s magnetic pole continues its mysterious journey towards Siberia.…
Russia’s Atlantis Unearthed by Experts: Here’s What You Need to Know
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Russia’s Atlantis Unearthed by Experts: Here’s What You Need to Know

‘Atlantis’ has risen from the depths of a large made-made lake in Siberia, and experts are in a hurry to…
Here’s the First Video of the Massive Head of a 40,000-Year-Old Siberian Wolf
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Here’s the First Video of the Massive Head of a 40,000-Year-Old Siberian Wolf

The world was recently introduced to another sensational discovery made in Siberia: the severed head of a massive, 40,000-year-old extinct…
5,000-Year-Old Rock Art Depicting ‘Celestial Bodies’ Revealed in Siberia
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5,000-Year-Old Rock Art Depicting ‘Celestial Bodies’ Revealed in Siberia

Some 5,000 years ago, artists in what is now Siberia drew some of the most sophisticated artwork the region has…
Archaeologists Find the Remains of a 5,000-Year-Old ‘Birdman’ in Siberia
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Archaeologists Find the Remains of a 5,000-Year-Old ‘Birdman’ in Siberia

An odd, but incredibly important discovery has been made in Siberia, shedding light on the customs, and religious practices of…
Liquid Blood Extracted From an Extinct, 42,000-Year Old Horse
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Liquid Blood Extracted From an Extinct, 42,000-Year Old Horse

In a fascinating scientific achievement, researchers have managed to successfully extract liquid blood and urine from a 42,000-Year-Old extinct horse.…
Scientists Confident in Cloning a 42,170-Year-Old Extinct Horse Species 
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Scientists Confident in Cloning a 42,170-Year-Old Extinct Horse Species 

Researchers are confident they will successfully extract cells from the 42,000-year-old extinct foal in order to clone its prehistoric species…
Scientists One Step Closer to Bringing 28,000-Year-Old Woolly Mammoths Back to Life
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Scientists One Step Closer to Bringing 28,000-Year-Old Woolly Mammoths Back to Life

Scientists took cell nuclei from a woolly mammoth that lived in Siberia more than 28,000 years ago and implanted them…
Scientists Baffled by Siberian ‘Living Crater’ that Constantly ‘Shape Shifts’
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Scientists Baffled by Siberian ‘Living Crater’ that Constantly ‘Shape Shifts’

It’s a strange world out there. More than 70 years ago, geologists stumbled across a strange crater in Siberia. Dubbed…
This Recently Found Siberian Plant Could Hold Key to Bioenergy
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This Recently Found Siberian Plant Could Hold Key to Bioenergy

Climate change is an urgent threat to societies around the world, driven by carbon dioxide emissions from fossil fuels such…
The Story Behind One of The Largest Man-Made Holes in the World
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The Story Behind One of The Largest Man-Made Holes in the World

Siberia has a lot of amazing things to offer. It has stunning landscapes, an ample history, and massive holes. Located…
Eerie Black Snow Covers Several Towns in Siberia
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Eerie Black Snow Covers Several Towns in Siberia

News that there’s snow in Siberia may not come as a surprise. But instead of the beauties of landscapes covered…
Denisovans and Neanderthals Coexisted and Crossbred 100,000 Years Ago
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Denisovans and Neanderthals Coexisted and Crossbred 100,000 Years Ago

A new scientific study has found that both Neanderthals and Denisovans lived in a remote Siberian cave some 100,000 years ago…
How a Change in Climate Wiped out the ‘Siberian Unicorn’
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How a Change in Climate Wiped out the ‘Siberian Unicorn’

Kieren Mitchell, University of Adelaide; Adrian Lister, Natural History Museum; Alan Cooper, University of Adelaide, and Chris Turney, UNSW A…
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