Claim: ‘Woolly mammoth’ spotted in Siberia

Will a siting of a “Nessie” in Siberia impede Russian oil and gas development?

The Sun reports:

…If surviving woolly mammoths were found in Siberia, it could run against Russia’s plans to further develop and exploit the area’s considerable resources…

Read the entire report.

[h/t Climate Depot]

9 thoughts on “Claim: ‘Woolly mammoth’ spotted in Siberia”

  1. Bears have joints similar to a dog. The front knees bend the other direction. In full screen theat animal appears to have front knees that bend the same direction ours do.

  2. Is there anyway to estimate the creature’s size in the supposed film. According to van Valen’s Island Rule – on islands large animals tend to shrink and small animals become larger over time. Scientists have estimated that the mammoths on Rangel Island were only 6 feet tall when they wen extinct 4-6,000 years ago.

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