The Sun, not always the most reliable source of scientific data, is running this pic and VIDEO of a supposed Whoolly Mammoth in Siberia:
And here’s the video courtesy of The Sun:
The author ponders the various possibilities of whether it could be a real mammoth or not. Some things I can buy, like it’s Siberia. It’s a huge place, it’s Ice Age cold there, and there’s just not a whole lot of people to bump into. However, the argument the author makes kind of falls apart on me when he cites a paranormal writer to give their expert opinion on a living animal. There’s just plenty of other more appropriate professionals who deal with living animals than a guy who writes books about the afterlife. They also ponder some of the other things it could be. I think I’m more in that boat than the Whoolly Mammoth one. They’re just too big to go unnoticed for 4,000 years.
Here’s your chance:
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