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Woolly Mammoth: Secrets from the Ice : Professor Alice Roberts reveals the natural history of the most famous of Ice Age animals - the woolly mammoth. Mammoths have transfixed humans since the depths of the last Ice Age, when their herds roamed across what is now Europe and Asia. Although these curious members of the elephant family have now been extinct for thousands of years, scientists can now paint an incredibly detailed picture of their lives thanks to whole carcasses that have been beautifully preserved in the Siberian permafrost. Alice meets the scientists who are using the latest genetic, chemical and molecular tests to reveal the adaptations that allowed mammoths to evolve from their origins in the tropics, to surviving the extremes of Siberia. And in a dramatic end to the film, she helps unveil a brand new woolly mammoth carcass that may shed new light on our own ancestors' role in their extinction.

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Released: April 04, 2012
Runtime: 60 mins
Genres: Documentary
Countries: UK
Director: Tim Walker
Actors: Alice Roberts Kevin Campbell

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Posted by goodkarma477 10 months ago
+3 | +3 / -0

Same crap…this bestreams.net will get loaded up with malware., the same as the Bismark documentary. gets you when you go to switch to full screen, call the "apple specialist". i would like to have watched this!

Posted by jofthew 3 years, 9 months ago
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Amazing doc for anyone who is interested in natural history. News flash from 2030: Wildlife Enforcement Officers Relocate Teenage Mammoth Found In Northern Canadian City Suburbs,details at 10pm!

Posted by macnac 3 years, 9 months ago
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wow ! very cool.must watch that again!!

Posted by DjSuperman1 9 months ago
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Good documentary. The host is pretty hot too.

Posted by mandrake 3 years, 9 months ago
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Fantastic. I ended up watching it 3 times. The idea of running your hands through the fur of a large animal that died so many thousands of years ago and is now extinct as a species is mind blowing. I really do hope they manage to clone mammoths at some point. I'd pay to touch a live one.

Posted by ferdy123 3 years, 9 months ago
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any better links plz

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