Puppy preserved in ice for 18,000 years nicknamed ‘Dogor’

Mystery Wire

A handout photo taken in September 2018 shows a puppy now known as “Dogor,” discovered in Russia and estimated to be 18,000 years old. (Photo by Sergei Fyodorov)

MYSTERY WIRE “Dogor” is stealing hearts, some 18,000 years after living in the Siberian region where he was found frozen as just a pup.

Scientists haven’t determined if it’s a dog or a wolf. But researchers have given him a name. “Dogor” means “friend” in the local language where he was found in Yakutia, discovered by mammoth tusk hunters.

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