Jun 11

Ancient Preserved 40,000 Year Old Head Of Giant Wolf

Our planet is one of the planets that change it’s climate pretty fast. The Earth has faced various drastic changes between dry and frozen periods. Some of these glacial freezes lasted for many years and they had a massive impact on our planet.

Some of the early humans managed to survive all of these changes and our existence confirms that they did. Studies have shown that ice ages have forced some of the animal species to move into smaller areas that were less dangerous so they could survive.

This makes perfect sense and explains why humans migrated so much at certain times. Recently scientists and researchers discovered this 40,000 year old wolf in Siberia.

 

9 Responses to “Ancient Preserved 40,000 Year Old Head Of Giant Wolf”

  1. Steven B

    “Our planet is one of the planets that change it’s climate pretty fast. The Earth has faced various drastic changes between dry and frozen periods.” WAIT! WAIT! It’s all manmade don’t ya know!!! ‘ 😉

    I second that Denise.

  2. RICHIE E

    GLOBAL WARMING IS ALL MADE UP BY THE LEFT WING NUT BAGS AND YES DOES OUR PLANT GO THOUGHT EVERY 10 YRS A CHANCE YES & NO … ABOUT EVERY 1/3 YEARS GREAT 2/3 BAD AND THE LAST 3/3 YEARS OK …ITS BEEN THIS WAY SENCE I BEEN ALIVE FOR 45 YEARS …

  3. Wolf

    Imagine the surprise if they decided to use the DNA to recreate this animal and not long after it was ‘born’, it stood up and walked about on its hind legs… 😮😧😳🤔

  4. Augustine L

    “A photo of the head shows it measures 15.7 inches long, which is notably bigger than the 9.1-to-11-inch length of the modern gray wolf’s head.”

    “Scientists discovered in recent years that a close relative of modern-day wolves lived in the Northern Hemisphere during the last ice age, said Love Dalén, one of the paleontologists studying the wolf’s head. These Pleistocene steppe wolves come from a different evolutionary lineage than modern-day wolves, Dalén said, and were slightly larger with more robust jaw bones.”

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/science/2019/06/12/severed-head-prehistoric-wolf-was-found-siberia-perfectly-preserved/?utm_term=.ee5e1e8886da

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