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post #11 of 22 (permalink) Old 07-11-2019, 01:00 AM
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I just find it very cool that the nose of that wolf looks just like the nose of my dog!
Like, the original nose design has held up well! :-)
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Anyway, the wolf died at some point, anywhere between 32,000 or 6000 years ago. Everybody happy.
Fairly sure the wolf is not happy
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post #13 of 22 (permalink) Old 07-12-2019, 11:09 AM
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I guess this is the closest thing we will ever see to the (supposed) dire wolves in Game of Thrones!

BTW, I saw this picture on FB with a measuring tape next to the head, and though the tape is difficult to read, and isn't positioned very well, it looks to be about 35 cm. long, which for you non-metric people, is about 14 inches.
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Snarling to the very end. Yes the closest thing to dire wolves- the timing of the release of this information was just right. I am amazed what great shape the head is in.


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With the soft tissue intact cloning came to mind. Bet some scientists thought the same if only fleetingly or otherwise.

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I’m sure they may be working on cloning if possible. In one of articles they mentioned they were working on cloning a prehistoric horse.


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Itís a scary thought of Jurassic Park in the making. Let the dead dog lay. Thanks for posting the article.
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My same exact thoughts Jurassic Park may perhaps one day may turn into a documentary- not a good thing.


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Did you hear about the anaconda that cloned herself? New England Aquarium. Life will find a way. I am all for protecting what we have before trying to bring back the past.
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I hadnít heard that and had to look it up. Fascinating. https://www.livescience.com/65632-an...gin-birth.html

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