Wednesday, 12 February 2020

One of the Last Mammoths on Earth Was So Mutated, It Lost the Ability to Smell Flowers

quote [ The vast majority of woolly mammoths went extinct at the end of the last ice age, but small, isolated populations managed to hold out for a little while longer. New research uncovers the extent to which at least one of these final mammoths suffered due to its many mutations. ]

Yes, I feel like a mammoth today
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[by ScoobySnacks@6:03amGMT]

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cb361 said @ 8:09pm GMT on 12th Feb
Life will find a way.
mechanical contrivance said @ 8:33pm GMT on 12th Feb
But the mammoths won't.
cb361 said @ 8:51pm GMT on 12th Feb
Yeah, well woolly mammoths existed for twice as long as humans have, and right now our long term prospects aren't looking so rosy.
5th Earth said @ 10:12pm GMT on 12th Feb
Poor Hapsburg mammoths.

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