Daniel Fisher

Content by Daniel Fisher


In the spring of 2007, Siberian reindeer herder Yuri Khudi and his family excited researchers all over the world with their inadvertent discovery. They’d stumbled upon the carcass of a baby mammoth, exhumed by nature after 40,000 years of being frozen in permafrost. With the exception of some missing hair and toenails, she was almost entirely intact.