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Yevgeny Salinder, an 11-year old Russian boy, is the one who discovered the massive remains of the mammoth in August. The mammoth, estimated to be at its 16 year when it died measured 2 meters and weighed 1,000 pounds, was excavated from the Siberian permafrost last month. ”It is the mammoth of the century,” said Professor Alexei Tikhonov of the Zoological Museum in St Petersburg. According to a Russian scientist, the well-preserved mammoth could be attacked by another mammoth or an Ice Age man. It was best preserved remains of a mature mammoth but its DNA was already damaged and would be difficult to use for cloning. The International Mammoth Committee working to recover and protect ancient remains: “We had to use both traditional instruments such as axes, picks, shovels as well as such devices as this ‘steamer’ which allowed us to thaw a thin layer of permafrost. Then we cleaned it off, and then we melted more of it. It took us a week to complete this task.” A group of researchers from different countries have visited the site in September and they were surprised to see that the remains were not only made up of bones but in fact, complete with hair, one tusk and soft tissues. “We can see that this animal was very well adapted to the northern environment, accumulating massive amounts of fat. This animal likely died during the summer period as we can’t see much of its undercoat, but it had already accumulated a sufficient amount of fat,” said Aleksey Tikhonov from the Russian Academy of Sciences . Principal analysis on the creature’s remains has disproved that the big humps on mammoths depicted in cave paintings in European countries were not actually extension of their bone structure but great reserves of fat that helped them manipulate their body temperature during long winter seasons.
Woolly Mammoth . By: Olivia Correa. The time span this animal existed on Earth . It lived in the Quatinarian period. Eurasian deposits were 150,000 years old. Lived until around 1,700. . Related animals to the woolly mammoth . Elephants are related to the woolly mammoth. Fossil evidence .
Mighty Mammoth. By: Joey. Fossils dun dun dunnn. standing tall. Mammoth ,Mammoth on the wall who is the fattest one of all?!. Adaptations for the mighty mammoth!. When a baby mammoth is born, it weighs about 200 pounds. In 6months to 1 year, a mammoth
Columbian Mammoth. Robert Sim -Oliver. Appearance. The Columbian Mammoth was over 12 feet tall. Diet. The Columbian Mammoth ate plants. That means it is a herbivore. Motion. The Columbian Mammoth moved slowly on 4 legs. Predators. The Columbian Mammoth’s predators were cave men.
Navy Supply Information Systems Activity. CARCASS TRACKING. Presented to: DLMSO PRC Committee Presented by: Gerald O’Sullivan . Ready. Resourceful. Responsive!. Agenda. Purpose of Carcass Tracking Overview of Repairable Process Item Pricing BK_ Processing
Carcass Disposal. Composting. Composting. Carcasses layered with organic material Thermophilic microbes Heat generation Accelerates biological decomposition Destroys pathogens Relatively safe and simple Nutrient rich, organic byproduct ‘humus’. Compost Components. Nitrogen
Carcass Disposal. Off-Site Locations (Rendering and Landfills) and Transportation Biosecurity. Off-Site Carcass Disposal. Rendering Facility or Landfills Use depends on Animal species Quantity of carcasses Pathogen of concern Persistence Ability to spread Regulations