Woolly Mammoth Uncovered in Canada – IOTW Report

Woolly Mammoth Uncovered in Canada


A gold miner in Canada discovered a near complete mummified baby woolly mammoth Tuesday, according to the Yukon government and Trʼondëk Hwëchʼin, a local traditional territory. The female baby was named Nun cho ga, which means “big baby animal” in the Hän language. More

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  1. Tyrone F. Horneigh : Would you like to call me Cutie?
    [Gladys hits him]
    Tyrone F. Horneigh : Would you like to call me Sweetie?
    [Gladys hits him]
    Tyrone F. Horneigh : Would you like to see my wooly mammoth?
    [Gladys hits him repeatedly: wham, wham, wham wham]
    [falls off the park bench]

  2. Every time someone finds a frozen, ice age mammoth I think to myself, “Isn’t this interglacial warm period wonderful?!” Then, I ask the usual, “And did it have freshly chewed flowers in its mouth, too?” And then I think about how suddenly cold it must have been to freeze a huge mammoth on its feet as if nature threw a switch and the bloody ice age started out of nowhere. (Okay, in this case it was a baby.) And then I forget about it – because… summer!

  3. Joe Biden wants to know it’s exact age and requested it be sent to the WH for his personal perusal and sniff test.

    Biden: They said it was a young female, right?

  4. “It’s amazing,” Tr’ondëk Hwëch’in Elder Peggy Kormendy in a statement. “It took my breath away when they removed the tarp. We must all treat it with respect. When that happens, it is going to be powerful and we will heal. We must as a people.”

    Huh? Powerful? Heal? SMH

    “He’s dead, Jim Peggy.”

  5. Yukon Gov’t: Oops, False Alarm. It was actually Trudeau’s Mum’s crotch area. It was Hairy, Old, and Smelly and we just got confused.

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