Baby mammoths died traumatic deaths

CT scans reveal mud in windpipe and lungs

UNTIMELY DEMISE  This well-preserved woolly mammoth baby, nicknamed Lyuba, probably suffocated after sucking mud into her lungs, CT scans suggest.

Francis Latreille

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