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Mammoth attacked by lions, butchered by humans

The carcass of a juvenile woolly mammoth, soft tissues beautifully preserved by the Siberian permafrost, was examined by an international team of scientists at the Russian Academy of Sciences in Yakutsk who found evidence that the animal was brought down by apex predators — probably lions — and then poached by the apexest of all [...]
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