WOOLY MAMMOTH SPOTTED IN RUSSIA!

SIBERIA –  A wooly mammoth has been spotted roaming the tundra of Siberia!

The beast was spotted trudging acrosst icy waters in a sighting that proves woolly mammoths are not extinct after all.

The animal – thought to have mostly died out roughly 4,000 years ago – was apparently filmed wading through a river in the freezing wilds of Siberia.

The jaw-dropping sighting was confirmed by multiple witnesses, including a government-employed engineer last summer in the Chukotka Autonomous Okrug region of Siberia.

The elephant-sized creature struggled against the racing water, then headed for the witnesses, who ran fast – and far.   But not before snatching some hair samples along the mammoths’s route.

Its hair matches samples recovered from mammoth remains regularly dug up from the permafrost in frozen Russia.

The witnesses were reportedly in the area surveying for a planned road.

Biologist Sandra Jangigian said: “Rumours of a handful of mammoths still kicking around in the vast wilderness of Siberia have been circulating for decades and occasionally sightings by locals have occurred.  But this is a significant sighting that has been confirmed by mulitple sources.”

“Siberia is an enormous territory and much of it remains completely unexplored and untouched by humans. ”

Woolly mammoths roamed the Earth 10,000 years ago during the last Ice Age.

A small pocket remained on and around Wrangel Island, off the coast of Siberia, and these did not die out until 3,500 years ago.

Ms. Jangigian added:  “It is highly possible that a number of species, extinct elsewhere, survive in the area.

“If surviving woolly mammoths were found in Siberia, it could run against Russia’s plans to further develop and exploit the area’s considerable resources.

“It would be potentially one of the greatest discoveries ever.”

This may be one of the greatest discoveries of all time.

25 thoughts on “WOOLY MAMMOTH SPOTTED IN RUSSIA!”

  1. not saying it's for real…but the head looks too big for the body for this to be a bear and WTF would an elephant be doing in northern Siberia? even if one escaped from a freaking circus or zoo it wouldn't survive in that climate for very long. just sayin

  2. look at the size of the waves in the river – they are in proportion to a bear.
    if that's a mammoth, then those waves in the river are pretty darn big…

  3. If its a wolly mammoth then where are its tusks? A wolly mammoth has tusks that are beyond huge and curve up. From the picture you cant see them at all so it is definetly a bear with a fish.

    • This is a Siberian Mammoth. Her name is Natasha…oh…an Clifford Anthony Paiva on FACEBOOK has placed this to rest. A Russian Federation environmental resources engineer captured this video in November 2011. Reports of live mammoths in Russia’s Chukotka Autonomous Okrug region of Siberia have been circulating for decades and occasionally sightings by locals have occurred. Now a video. Note the necessary 30 degree slanted back and long trunk. Severe contrasting reveal presence and curvature of the animal’s trunk. The singular reason folks have problems is the BELIEVE a pseudo-scientific model…that would be evolution of course…and they watch its support media…that would be Discovery and National Geographic…BOTH hardline evolutionary dogma bs…with a net result of SURPRISE!

  4. I'm the guy that filmed the river footage in the Sayan Mountains in the summer of 2011 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D9Qsdxye6Yc. The river is the Kitoy river and I don't recall sighing a mammoth; there were bears, dear and sable to name a few mammals but no woolly mammoths. I had no idea my footage was used to make this fake sighting, and question if a law was broken here. 
    I filmed the river as part of a10 day solo hike in the mountains in preparation for a year long journey I indent to start soon. It will re-trace my grandfather's epic escape from a Siberian POW camp in 1915 and his walk across Siberia to reach home, Budapest, in 1918. It will be a 2 part documentary in time for 2014, there's more information at http://russianpromenade.com/ if you wish. 

  5. OMG I wish I could find my own mammoth in Russia.
    My brother has a fever and says he wants a mammoth as a pet!
    I say no that is just wrong he is 11 years old.

  6. Pingback: Baby Steps Add Up

Leave a Comment

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.