Data from: A mummified Pleistocene gray wolf pup

Julie Meachen, Matthew Wooller, Benjamin Barst, Juliette Funck, Carley Crann, Molly Cassatt-Johnstone, Beth Shapiro, Elizabeth Hall, Susan Hewitson, Jess Heath & Grant Zazula
Here we describe the oldest, most complete wolf pup mummy discovered to date: “Zhùr”, as she was named by the local indigenous Tr’ondëk Hwëch’in community was discovered in 2016 in Yukon, Canada, and is complete with skin, fur, and other soft tissues. We infer that Zhùr died ~57,000 years ago and was ~7 weeks old at death. Her mitochondrial genome falls within a clade comprising ancient Beringian and Russian wolf mitochondrial genomes, and isotopic analyses...
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