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Exterior of the mammoth

  title={Exterior of the mammoth},
  author={K. I. Vereshchagin and N. D. Tikhonov}
In this work, Vereshchagin and Tikhonov have critically reviewed European and Siberian Paleolithic images of the mammothas well asmodern representations of theappearanceofthis animalin drawings, paintings, and sculptures. Their review is also based on renewed scientific research and new expositions of paleontological materials (for example, skeleton, soft tissue, and hair) of mammoths preserved at the Zoological Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences as well as material studied during… 

The Preliminary Analysis of Cave Lion Cubs Panthera spelaea (Goldfuss, 1810) from the Permafrost of Siberia

A preliminary description is presented of the well-preserved frozen mummies of two cubs of the extinct cave lion Panthera spelaea (finds of 2017–2018, Semyuelyakh River, Yakutia, eastern Siberia,

Mammoth ivory technologies in the Upper Palaeolithic: a case study based on the materials from Yana RHS, Northern Yana-Indighirka lowland, Arctic Siberia

Abstract Processing of mammoth ivory and manufacturing of diverse ivory artefacts is widely recognized as one of the most important characteristics of the material culture of ancient humans. These

First tracks of newborn straight-tusked elephants (Palaeoloxodon antiquus)

The preservation of this track record in across a paleosol surface, although heavily trampled by different animals, including Neanderthals, over a short time frame permitted an exceptional view into short-term intraspecific trophic interactions occurring in the Last Interglacial coastal habitat.

Radiocarbon chronologies and extinction dynamics of the Late Quaternary mammalian megafauna of the Taimyr Peninsula, Russian Federation

Abstract This paper presents 75 new radiocarbon dates based on late Quaternary mammal remains recovered from eastern Taimyr Peninsula and adjacent parts of the northern Siberian lowlands, Russian

Preliminary analyses of the frozen mummies of mammoth (Mammuthus primigenius), bison (Bison priscus) and horse (Equus sp.) from the Yana-Indigirka Lowland, Yakutia, Russia.

Whereas the woolly mammoth and the Pleistocene horse were represented by partial frozen bodies, the steppe bison body was recovered in an absolutely complete state and some of the tissues mummified.



Prehistoric Man

THIS book gives an excellent popular exposition of the present state of our knowledge of prehistoric anthropology. The chapters on Palaeolithic man and his implements are full of interest. Within the

Extinct Monsters

  • H. S.
  • Linguistics
  • 1893
THE volume with this title treats of large animals. It is clearly and simply written, without any pretence at being scientific, and is an excellent book for boys and unlearned people who are curious

The ecological structure of the Mammoth Fauna in Eurasia

African savannas. These ecological parallels of taxa inhabiting very different climatic zones may be analogized as a pyramid, one lateral half of which consists of beasts of the tundra-steppe, and


ABSTRACT The proboscideans found at West-Küçükçekmece (Turkey) are represented by three species, Deinotherium cf. giganteum Kaup, 1829, Choerolophodon pentelici (Gaudry & Lartet, 1856) and

The Natural History of the African Elephant

In what ways do students think elephant communities are similar to and different from human families? Answers will vary! Elephant communities are similar to human families that are close-knit and

A Probable Case of Pituitary Disease Among Men of the Old Stone Age

Excerpt Man's infirmities are as old as man himself; and in some instances the infirmity existed as a potential pathologic state before man's advent on this earth, awaiting his arrival to fasten it...

The mammoth and mammoth-hunting in North-East Siberia