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Perfectly preserved 10,000 year old liquid blood from a Woolly Mammoth. The first time humanity has ever found such a thing, along with muscle tissue - perfectly preserved in the ice - from a Siberian mammoth. http://siberiantimes.com/science/casestudy/news/exclusive-the-first-pictures-of-blood-from-a-10000-year-old-siberian-woolly-mammoth/ We know what this means, gentlemen: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CyCzDW_LRPk
Patticus posted a topic in Chit-ChatCourtesy of the BBC. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-21538969 I really do love stories like these; previously unknown Human civilizations being uncovered, assumptions about big things being overturned. What makes it all the more fascinating is that this civilization likely predated Sumer and other comparable cultures which formed nearby by thousands of years. It might even be that this culture could be considered a precursor to those civilizations which formed in Mesopotamia's fertile crescent. I wonder what else may be uncovered in and around the Al Magar site?