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                    西伯利亚发现4万年前冰河时代的狼头

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                    40,000-year-old Ice Age wolf head discovered in Siberia

                    西伯利亚发现4万年前冰河时代的狼头

                    A preserved 40,000-year-old severed head of an adult wolf has been revealed by Russian scientists.

                    俄罗斯科学家发现了一具保存了4万年的成年狼头。

                    西伯利亚发现4万年前冰河时代的狼头

                    The intact head is said to have belonged to a species of wolf from the Ice Age, which existed during the Pleistocene era, the Siberian Timesreports.

                    据《西伯利亚时报》报道,这只完整的头颅据说是来自冰河时期的一种狼,它生活在更新世时期。

                    Albert Protopopov from the Republic of Sakha Academy of Sciences says this is a unique discovery "of the first ever remains of a fully grown Pleistocene wolf with its tissue preserved."

                    萨哈共和国科学院的Albert Protopopov说,这是一个独特的发现,“这是有史以来第一个保存了组织完整的成年更新世狼的遗骸。”

                    The 40-centimetre head of the prehistoric predator was unearthed in Russia's Sakha Republic (also known as Yakutia) in Siberia. The Siberian Times reports it was originally discovered by a local man last year.

                    这只40厘米长的史前食肉动物的头颅是在西伯利亚的俄罗斯萨哈共和国(也被称为雅库特)出土的。据《西伯利亚时报》报道,它最初是去年被一名当地男子发现的。

                    Said to be aged between two and four when it died, the wolf's head is still covered in thick fur and sports a set of fangs. It's brain is also said to be fully preserved.

                    据说这只狼死时年龄在2到4岁之间,它的头部仍然覆盖着厚厚的皮毛,还长着一副尖牙。据说它的大脑也被完整地保存了下来。

                    Japanese scientists who assessed the remains have said the wolf lived over 40,000 years ago.

                    对这些遗骸进行评估的日本科学家表示,这只狼生活在4万多年前。

                    The Siberian Times says the wolf's DNA will now be examined by scientists at the Swedish Museum of Natural History in Stockholm.

                    《西伯利亚时报》称,科学家将在斯德哥尔摩的瑞典自然历史博物馆对狼的DNA进行检测。

                    西伯利亚发现4万年前冰河时代的狼头

                    The discovery of the preserved head was announced in Tokyo, Japan, at a woolly mammoth exhibition organised by Japanese and Russian scientists.

                    在日本东京,由日本和俄罗斯科学家组织的猛犸象展览会上宣布了这一发现。

                    A professor of palaeontology and medicine at the Jikei University School of Medicine in Tokyo told the Times: "Their muscles, organs and brains are in good condition."

                    东京纪庆大学医学院的古生物学和医学教授告诉《泰晤士报》:“它们的肌肉、器官和大脑状况良好。”

                    Scientists will compare the remains to modern wolves to better understand their evolution. They hope to reconstruct the appearance of Pleistocene species.

                    科学家们将把这些遗骸与现代狼进行比较,以便更好地了解它们的进化过程。他们希望重建更新世物种的外观。

                    A near-pristine preservation of a Siberian cave lion cub has also been presented alongside the wolf remains.

                    在狼遗骸附近,还曾发现过一只西伯利亚洞穴狮幼崽。


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