DNA in Alaskan Permafrost Offers Insights into Mammoth Extinction

An international research team has detected mitochondrial DNA sequences from mammoths and prehistoric horses in 7,600 to 10,500 year old soil samples from central Alaska, causing researchers to rethink when — and how — mammoths and other large animals became extinct.

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