If you're passing by London in the next few months, this baby mammoth really is worth seeing. I expect the ever-melting permafrost is going to give up more beauties like this in coming years.
The large black crate was sent from Russia with Love. Laid on cloth and packed in foam, the world's most complete mammoth arrived in Britain on Monday to go on public display at the Natural History Museum in London. A reindeer herder, Yuri Khudi, and his sons found the remains in 2007 while searching for wood along the frozen Yuribei river on the Yamal peninsula. The mammoth was sent to Shemanovsky Museum in northern Sibera and named Lyuba, after Khudi's wife. It is the Russian word for love. Lyuba lived 42,000 years ago and was only 85cm tall and 130cm long – the size of a large dog – when she die