Ice Age wolf head found in Siberia

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  1. Adrian

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    Wonder how different these are from modern wolves in the same area
     
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    Cool lol like really cool
     

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    Saw a blurb on my news feed this morning. It’s interesting.
     

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    Is that head really any larger than a modern northern Timberwolf?
     

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    This was featured on a Science channel show about the ice age animals. It was pretty neat. Incredible how much was still intact.
     

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    Allegedly this happened prior to the arrival of man in the region (not sure I agree with the implicit assumption about hominid spread timeline. We now know there were a number of hominids dispersed around the globe prior to Sapiens) Given that the head wasn't eaten, then who or what decapitated it? Certainly didn't show the hallmarks of a bear attack.
     

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