Siberian mammoth molars yield oldest DNA ever recovered

World 18-2-2021 CBC World 20
The extinct steppe mammoth

Scientists say they have recovered the oldest DNA on record, extracting it from the molars of mammoths that roamed northeastern Siberia up to 1.2 million years ago in research that broadens the horizons for understanding extinct species.

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