Siberia dating - sociology and dating
Wooden beams found by Dr Caspari during the test excavation date back to the 9th century BC, predating kurgans previously uncovered and excavated in the 1970s.
An untouched frozen burial mound believed to contain the remains of a Scythian royal as well as gold treasures has been discovered in Siberia.has started some years after they were already extincted...Albert, they should clone this animals because their extinction was driven by us, and now Holartic ecosystems lack this fundamental species that kept control of big herbivorous populations. Where the two lion cubs found earlier not candidates for cloning?It would not make sense to clone them (the journalists have fun as usual)[email protected], learning how to actually clone one of these animals can give us insights into how to protect current [email protected], the ecosystem that lion species lived in does not exist anymore.The pre-historic animal was found in permafrost on the bank of Tirekhtykh River of the Abyisky district of Yakutia by a local resident Boris Berezhnov.
Excited scientists unveiled the discovery - its facial features clearly visible - in Yakutsk today.From the article: "It is not yet clear whether the cub was male or female." By today's Political Correctness standards, shouldn't that read, "It is not yet clear whether the cub considered itself to be male or female on the day it died? Why clone an animal that is d8rectly related to other animals we are pushing to extinction. We do n9t need to clone lions to mamahe wild herbivores, we need to let the apex predators do that.The main benefit from cloning would serve the very wealthy...think big game parks/ zoos...would be morally bereft to clone bring back an animal.treat it so inhumanly..to the guy from NY..called the person from the EU a communist...Expert Dr Albert Protopopov said: 'It is a perfectly preserved lion cub, all the limbs have survived.There are no traces of external injuries on the skin.' The preservation is so good that it raises hopes of cloning the species back to life, he said.Dr Caspari identified a circular structure located in a swamp along the Uyuk River and working with a Swiss-Russian team, confirmed it was likely to be a Scythian burial mound called a kurgan.