Yukon Miners Have Unearthed The Remains Of Two 50,000-Year-Old Mummified Creatures

Image: Government of Canada via The Guardian / Government of Yukon via The Guardian

As gold miners worked at two separate mines in the Yukon in northwest Canada in summer 2016, the two sets of workers both came across extraordinary finds from the ice age. You see, around 50,000 years ago, a rich variety of wildlife made this remote region their home. And now the gold miners’ incredible discoveries would reveal new information about some of these prehistoric animals.