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From Siberia, the mammoth was sent to the Netherlands and Japan for analysis. Detailed studies of her teeth showed she was just one month old when she died. Ongoing research has also showed us the sequence of events that led to her death. Lyuba fell to her death near a muddy river. The mud helped keep her body frozen until she was found 40,000 years later. Scientists hope that further analysis will help explain how mammoths such as Lyuba lived―and why they finally all died out.


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マンモスは分析のためにシベリアからオランダと日本に送られた。歯の詳細な研究から生後わずか一ヶ月で死んだことが分かった。 さらなる研究からまた死に至った一連の出来事も分かった。Lyubaは泥川の近くで死んだ。その泥のおかげで四万年後に発見されるまで体が冷凍されていたのだった。科学者はさらなる分析によってLyubaのようなマンモスがどのように生き、またなぜ最終的に絶滅したのか説明されることを期待している。



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シベリアから、マンモスは分析のためにオランダと日本に送られました。 マンモスの歯に関する詳細な研究によって、マンモスが死んだとき、ほんの生後1ヵ月であったことが示されました。 また、継続して行われた研究は、我々にマンモスの死につながった一連の出来事を示しました。 リューバは、泥だらけの川の近くでその命を落としました。 40,000年後に見つかるまで、泥がマンモスの体を凍らせておく助けとなりました。 さらなる分析によって、リューバのようなマンモスがどのような生活をしていたか―そして、彼らがなぜ最終的に絶滅したかが説明されることを、科学者は望んでいます。



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