In ice condition: Amazingly preserved woolly mammoth found frozen in Siberia after 39,000 YEARS goes on display in Tokyo. Female woolly mammoth was found frozen in a Siberian ice tomb in May. The creature will be on display in Tokyo until September Scientists think she got stuck in a swamp and died over 39,000 years ago. Blood sample found at the scene could be used to clone the beast - WOWWWW !!!
The Helicoprion is said to have lived during the Carboniferous period and was one of the few creatures able to live through the Permian-Triassic extinction event (‘The Great Dying’). Eventually the Helicoprion went extinct during the Triassic period. The creature had teeth that are very much like a circular saw. It had so many teeth because as new teeth grew, the older teeth were pushed out and into the middle to create the spiral. Length-wise the creature was said to be 10-15 feet.