Ancient DNA Sheds Light on Wooly Mammoth Evolution, And They Weren’t Always So Fluffy : ScienceAlert

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As wooly mammoths grazed frigid Siberian steppes for more than half a million years, they evolved increasingly fluffy fur, large fat deposits, and smaller ears, according to a new study.

By comparing the genomes of modern elephants with those of multiple wooly mammoths – including individual mammoths that lived…

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