Fri, April 13, 2012
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Baby woolly mammoth mummy exhibited in Hong Kong

2012-04-13 06:10:20 GMT2012-04-13 14:10:20(Beijing Time)  Xinhua English

People watch a baby woolly mammoth mummy during an exhibition at the International Finance Center in Hong Kong, south China, April 12, 2012. An exhibition of a baby woolly mammoth, which died and was frozen more than 40,000 years ago, is held in Hong Kong on Thursday. This is the first time for the well-known baby mammoth to be exhibited in Hong Kong. The exhibition, to last until May 10, also displayed some fossils of other ancient animals, including steppe bison, cave lion and woolly rhinoceros. (Xinhua/Wong Pun Keung)

People watch a baby woolly mammoth mummy during an exhibition at the International Finance Center in Hong Kong, south China, April 12, 2012. An exhibition of a baby woolly mammoth, which died and was frozen more than 40,000 years ago, is held in Hong Kong on Thursday. This is the first time for the well-known baby mammoth to be exhibited in Hong Kong. The exhibition, to last until May 10, also displayed some fossils of other ancient animals, including steppe bison, cave lion and woolly rhinoceros. (Xinhua/Wong Pun Keung)

People watch an exhibition of a baby woolly mammoth mummy at the International Finance Center in Hong Kong, south China, April 12, 2012. An exhibition of a baby woolly mammoth, which died and was frozen more than 40,000 years ago, is held in Hong Kong on Thursday. This is the first time for the well-known baby mammoth to be exhibited in Hong Kong. The exhibition, to last until May 10, also displayed some fossils of other ancient animals, including steppe bison, cave lion and woolly rhinoceros. (Xinhua/Wong Pun Keung)

Photo taken on April 12, 2012 shows a fossil of the head of a woolly rhinoceros at an exhibition in the International Finance Center in Hong Kong, south China. An exhibition of a baby woolly mammoth, which died and was frozen more than 40,000 years ago, is held in Hong Kong on Thursday. This is the first time for the well-known baby mammoth to be exhibited in Hong Kong. The exhibition, to last until May 10, also displayed some fossils of other ancient animals, including steppe bison, cave lion and woolly rhinoceros. (Xinhua/Wong Pun Keung)

Photo taken on April 12, 2012 shows the fossil of a cave lion's head at an exhibition in the International Finance Center in Hong Kong, south China. An exhibition of a baby woolly mammoth, which died and was frozen more than 40,000 years ago, is held in Hong Kong on Thursday. This is the first time for the well-known baby mammoth to be exhibited in Hong Kong. The exhibition, to last until May 10, also displayed some fossils of other ancient animals, including steppe bison, cave lion and woolly rhinoceros. (Xinhua/Wong Pun Keung)

An exhibition of a baby woolly mammoth, which died and was frozen more than 40,000 years ago, is held in Hong Kong on Thursday. This is the first time for the well-known baby mammoth to be exhibited in Hong Kong. The exhibition, to last until May 10, also displayed some fossils of other ancient animals, including steppe bison, cave lion and woolly rhinoceros.

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