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The fossilised remains of a woolly mammoth went on display at a museum in Yakutsk on Friday after their recovery during a successful research expedition organised by the Russian Geographical Society. The expedition, led by mammoth expert Semion Grigoriev, returned from the Bolshoy Lyakhovsky Island, off the coast of Siberia, a week ago with the remains, which include fragments of mammoth skin that had been preserved in permafrost for more than 10,000 years. "We have a lot of material, paleontological, and archaeological to a lesser extent," said Grigoriev, director of the Mammoth Museum at the North-Eastern Federal University in Yakutsk. "In particular, on Bolshoy Lyakhovsky Island, we found fragments of the skull of a cave lion, and probably the smallest dwarf mammoth's tusk [known to science], as well as a very large tusk weighing 140 kg," he added. Researchers are now examining the remains for signs of 'living cells' in a special laboratory set up as part of an attempt to clone the ancient animal.
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