Study: Modern desert camel linked to Arctic ancestors

03/5/2013 | ABC News

Scientists have discovered a link between an ancient camel excavated in Canada's High Arctic tundra and the modern creatures from Africa and Asia. The mummified camel bones came from an area that 3.5 million years ago resembled a northern "boreal-type" forest, said the lead author of the study, which was published in the journal Nature Communications.

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