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Baby Mammoth


This is the most well preserved mammoth discovered to date.

Frozen in Siberia for the last 10,000 years, this little guy was discovered in May by a reindeer herder.

Thanks BBC.


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Ancient Megafauna: Fucking Sweet.

Todays Crazy Creature:
The Glyptodon.

My favorite epoch, if I had to choose one, would be the Pleistocene. During this time early man had the opportunity to live along side creatures that are of mythical proportions. Mammoth, giant sloth, short faced bears, saber tooth tigers, etc. Today I thought I would share with you the 2-ton giant relative of the modern day Armadillo, the Glyptodon.

All that’s really important to know is that it was the size of a goddamned VW beetle.

That’s all for today.
Tune in next time when I may or may not teach you something you may or may not have any interest in!

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