In Russia an 11-year-old boy has uncovered the remains of a mammoth while out walking his dog near a remote weather station.
The discovery included not just bones but also pieces of skin and internal organs.
Its thought the animal died over 30,000 years ago. Scientist hope the find will help their research into why mammoths were hunchback.
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