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A remote island in the Arctic ocean northeast of Siberia was identified as the resting place of the world's last woolly mammoth population.A remote island in the Arctic ocean northeast of Siberia was identified as the resting place of the world's last woolly mammoth population.

A new study reveals how the last woolly mammoths died out 4,000 years ago. That's after the Egyptians had built the pyramids. - Pulse Nigeria

The last of the woolly mammoths died on an Arctic island 4,000 years ago, meaning these animals went extinct much later than scientists once thought.The last of the woolly mammoths died on an Arctic island 4,000 years ago, meaning these animals went extinct much later than scientists once thought.

Woolly mammoths on Arctic island last to go extinct 4,000 years ago - Business Insider

Learning about what led to their extinction could potentially save existing species from a similar fate, researchers said.

The last woolly mammoth died 4,000 years ago on an island in the Arctic

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Bill McKibben on Twitter: "Siberia is warming so fast that the land is just collapsing: people thrown out of work now search the melting permafrost for woolly mammoth tusks https://t.co/hv6H81kKHM"