This is pretty cool: National Geographic Channel has a fantastic feature titled Waking the Baby Mammoth, about the discovery of a well-preserved body of a baby woolly mammoth:
Only a handful have ever been found before. But none like her. Her name is Lyuba. A 1-month-old baby mammoth, she walked the tundra about 40,000 years ago and then died mysteriously. Discovered by a reindeer herder, she miraculously re-appeared on a riverbank in northwestern Siberia in 2007. She is the most perfectly preserved woolly mammoth ever discovered. And she has mesmerized the scientific world with her arrival - creating headlines across the globe.
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Previously on Neatorama: Scientists Took CT Scans of a Baby Mammoth
It is time to clone her and then breed her with a pig. I want a pot-bellied mammoth of my own!
I don't care that much of global warming (we'll die anyway), but it should bring some interesting discoveries with the permafrost melting.