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Scientists discovered bones of a cave lion in the north of Western Siberia

Ural scientists discovered bones of a cave lion and of a brown bear during an expedition to the Gydan Peninsula in the Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous District (YNAD). Previously, there have been no such findings in the north of Western Siberia, said Pavel Kosintsev, candidate of biological sciences and a senior researcher at the Laboratory of Palaeoecology at the Institute of Plant and Animal Ecology of the Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences.
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«Remains of the species have been found there which are extremely rare in general, and it was the very first time they have been found in the north of Western Siberia — I am talking about the bones of a cave lion and of a brown bear […] We have already talked to experts, geneticists, and we agreed that they will try to figure out the pedigree of these cave lions. A sample has already been taken and sent for analysis,» the scientist said.

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