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TODAY   |  July 10, 2013

Woolly mammoth to go on exhibit in Japan

An incredibly well-preserved woolly mammoth named “Yuka” has arrived at an exhibition hall in Japan. The female mammoth was found in Siberia.

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>>> finally, a delivery 39,000 years in the making arrived at the exhibition hall in japan. it's an amazingly well preserved mammoth with most of it's fur intact. it was found in siberia and they were able to extract some of the blood leading to speculation they might try to clone some of the extinct animal .

>>> mike bettis back with a check of the forecast.

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