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‘Mysterious’ bullet discovered under ice, investigation found 30,000-year-old connection, scientists caught



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A mysterious ball has been found in Canada, the investigation revealed that it is a squirrel mummy.
The squirrel died during hibernation about 30,000 years ago.

Towa. A shocking incident has come to light in Canada. Some time ago, a mysterious ball was found here in northern Canada. It looked like a stone, but its peculiarity was that there were hair fibers on it. But now scientists have discovered it. When scientists examined this mysterious ball, they discovered a surprising thing. Scientists learned during the investigation that this bullet is a mummy (fossil).

According to a report by the Daily Mail, after investigation, scientists have revealed that it is an organism from the Ice Age, which was on earth 30,000 years ago. There were claws, fur and limbs on that ball. The investigation revealed that it was the mummy of a squirrel, which died during hibernation around 30,000 years ago. According to the research done so far, scientists have estimated that it is an arctic ground squirrel, whose body twisted.

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Now, this mummy will be preserved for public display at the Yukon Beringia Interpretive Center in Whitehorse, Canada. The researchers named the mummified Arctic ground squirrel “Hester” because it was found near Dawson City in the Klondike Goldfields near Hester Creek, Canada. Let us tell you that even before that, many well-preserved animal specimens from thousands of years ago have been unearthed in this region.

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At the same time, the Yukon government wrote in a Facebook post about the squirrel last month, “It’s amazing to think that this little animal was running around the Yukon many thousands of years ago.” Be aware that the Klondike region is known to be teeming with Ice Age fossils. Scientists reported that X-ray scans showed the squirrel’s skeleton to be very well preserved, just like a living Arctic ground squirrel.

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