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What Happens to Meat When You Freeze It for 35,000 Years

Published Jan 20, 2020

Up in the Arctic cold, frozen woolly-mammoth carcasses can be so well preserved that they still have blood in their veins. Their flesh is still pink—which means that, of course, yes, someone has thought about eating it. Tales of dining on woolly mammoths frozen since the Ice Age range from the fantastical to the truer and grosser. Let us start—why not?—with the fantastical stories.

Read the full article, where our collegue Dmitry Arzyutov is interviewed, here!

Belongs to: Division of History of Science, Technology and Environment
Last changed: Jan 20, 2020