A far cry from the title elephant we all know and love. The thing is, with Ice age animals, we have incredibly well preserved specimens. These aren’t just complete skeletons, these are flesh and bone. Animals trapped in time, encased in Ice, that allow us to paint a remarkably accurate image of how they looked in life. This is a preserved Wooly mammoth carcass, uncovered in Siberia. It’s basically the next best thing to a living, breathing Mammoth. For dinosaurs, however this is where things get tricky. The problems are two fold: One, dinosaurs died out 65 million years ago. This is more then enough time to completely erode any organic trace. DNA, flesh-forget it. It should be noted that there are exceptions-scientists have found dinosaur tails incased in amber. But for the most part, we are shit out of luck, as one might say.
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