Mammoths had anti-freeze blood

May 3rd, 2010

… gene study finds – Published on BBCnews, by Paul Rincon /Science reporter, 2 May 2010. – Mammoths had a form of “anti-freeze” blood to keep their bodies supplied with oxygen at freezing temperatures. Nature Genetics reports that scientists “resurrected” a woolly mammoth blood protein to come to their finding … (full text).

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