A piece of skin woolly rhinoceros found and excavated in 1997 expedition of the Museum of the mammoth with the participation of Japanese specialists. The skin is yellowish-grey, partially mummified. Geological age-late neo-Pleistocene.
Location skins woolly rhinoceros An international team of scientists Fragment skins woolly rhinoceros
Burial in sandy sediments; at the height of 5 m from the water in the river. A piece of skin the size of h see skin Thickness up to 1.5 see the Skin is yellowish-grey, partially mummified. After processing formalin took dark gray in color. Absolute age - 27470 years, geological age-late neo-Pleistocene.
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The skin is yellowish-gray, crashed in the fold and, apparently, represents the rear surface of the animal's flanks
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