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image caption The Ice Age-era bear was found on the Lyakhovsky Islands in north-east Russia. The immaculately preserved remains of an Ice Age-era bear have been unearthed by reindeer herders in the Russian Arctic, researchers have said. The bear was revealed by the melting permafrost on the Lyakhovsky Islands in north-eastern Russia. With its teeth and nose intact, the bear is thought to be a species of brown bear that lived 22,000 to 39,500 years ago. It will be studied at the North-Eastern Federal University (NEFU) in the city of Yakutsk. image caption The animal is believed to be an ancient brown bear. Scientists at the university, known for its research into woolly mammoths and other pr... Full story

15 September

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