Mammoth researcher Professor Adrian Lister poses for photographs looking at Lyuba, a baby woolly mammoth considered to be the most complete example of the species ever found, at the Natural History ... more 
Mammoth researcher Professor Adrian Lister poses for photographs looking at Lyuba, a baby woolly mammoth considered to be the most complete example of the species ever found, at the Natural History Museum in London, Monday, May 19, 2014. Lyuba, her name taken from the word for love in Russian, was discovered frozen in clay and mud in Russia's Yamal Peninsula of Siberia in 2007 and is estimated to have died around 42,000 years ago at one month old. She is 85cm tall and 130 cm long, and is on loan from Russia's Shemanovsky Museum to feature in the exhibition "Mammoths: Ice Age Giants", which runs from March 23 to September 7. (AP Photo/Matt Dunham) less 
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Associated Press | Photo By Matt Dunham
Tue, May 20, 2014 7:15 AM EDT