This natural habitat was lost substantially due to ancient man's intervention. Picture: Pleistocene Park

THE SIBERIAN TIMES | 11 April 2017

These animals have shown that it is possible to transform ecosystems. Credit: Pleistocene Park

“A total of 747 people from around the world backed a fundraiser which will allow bison and yaks to be brought to Pleistocene Park in the coming months.

The park – run by father and son Sergey and Nikita Zimov – will provide a natural habitat for woolly mammoths if, as experts now believe possible, their extinction is reversed and they are brought back to life in the coming years and decades.

This natural habitat was lost substantially due to ancient man’s intervention.”

 

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