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    Having a puppy is amazing but damn, I miss the snow.

    Having a puppy is amazing but damn, I miss the snow.

    78 10 2 March, 2019
    That boring road out to Vegas

    That boring road out to Vegas

    336 8 2 March, 2019
    The perfect pair for a new Mama to help heal, soothe and support the bodies natural healing process after childbirth. We also stock the Hermosa Soak, Magnesium Spray and Belly Oil. These beautiful products are made from 100% Natural Ingredients and are 100% Hand Made 💓
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    The perfect pair for a new Mama to help heal, soothe and support the bodies natural healing process after childbirth. We also stock the Hermosa Soak, Magnesium Spray and Belly Oil. These beautiful products are made from 100% Natural Ingredients and are 100% Hand Made 💓
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    📸@the_hermosa_co

    26 1 2 March, 2019
    Beat way to make the mountains blue!

    Beat way to make the mountains blue!

    84 6 2 March, 2019
    #mammoth bound ❄️❄️❄️❄️❄️

    #mammoth bound ❄️❄️❄️❄️❄️

    23 1 2 March, 2019
    Shoutout to our February Saga Member of the Month, new team rider @jakob_kress 🏂 Jakob killed it in his first Rail Jam this season and always races his best. We can’t thank him enough for always helping out without a single complaint! @sagaouterwear

    Shoutout to our February Saga Member of the Month, new team rider @jakob_kress 🏂 Jakob killed it in his first Rail Jam this season and always races his best. We can’t thank him enough for always helping out without a single complaint! @sagaouterwear

    148 3 2 March, 2019
    The first picture was taken at the end of the day. The second picture was taken at the beginning! We went from beautiful blue bird to white out blizzard conditions in a matter of 3 hours or so! 🤷🏼‍♀️ We literally could not see more than 4 feet in front of us for the last run of the day... Not the most preferable conditions ever for Mammoth but we made the best of it! 😁🤙🏻 #rvl8skiboards #skiboard #shredfestxi #ski #mammoth #shred #stufforthings @talon_sei

    The first picture was taken at the end of the day. The second picture was taken at the beginning! We went from beautiful blue bird to white out blizzard conditions in a matter of 3 hours or so! 🤷🏼‍♀️ We literally could not see more than 4 feet in front of us for the last run of the day... Not the most preferable conditions ever for Mammoth but we made the best of it! 😁🤙🏻 #rvl8skiboards #skiboard #shredfestxi #ski #mammoth #shred #stufforthings @talon_sei

    44 1 2 March, 2019
    🏂 Mammoth throwback ❄️

    🏂 Mammoth throwback ❄️

    62 1 2 March, 2019
    Bitches be like "no filter". Lol #fbf #mammoth

    Bitches be like "no filter". Lol #fbf #mammoth

    72 10 2 March, 2019
    When you enter inside this 1900 square foot, bi- level condo, you will be transported to a place where an interfusion of elegance and comfort will make you feel absolutely relaxed and ready to be on holiday. Ready for your ski trip, give us a call about your stay! ❄️

    When you enter inside this 1900 square foot, bi- level condo, you will be transported to a place where an interfusion of elegance and comfort will make you feel absolutely relaxed and ready to be on holiday. Ready for your ski trip, give us a call about your stay! ❄️

    51 2 2 March, 2019
    Enjoying my first experience snowshoeing w Joe after the meetings. #mammoth is amazing right now.

    Enjoying my first experience snowshoeing w Joe after the meetings. #mammoth is amazing right now.

    81 5 2 March, 2019
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    69 1 2 March, 2019
    Rain in SoCal this weekend can only mean one thing. Snow on mountains 🏔 🤙

    Rain in SoCal this weekend can only mean one thing. Snow on mountains 🏔 🤙

    78 4 2 March, 2019

Top #mammoth posts

    The woolly mammoth (Mammuthus primigenius) is an extinct species of mammoth that lived during the Pleistocene until its extinction in the early Holocene epoch. It was one of the last in a line of mammoth species, beginning with Mammuthus subplanifrons in the early Pliocene. #mammuthusprimigenius #mammoth

Character: Mammuthus primigenius
Scale: 1:35, Length 19CM, Shoulder Height 11CM
Scale: 1:20, Length 32CM, Shoulder Height 18CM
Material: PU Resin

    The woolly mammoth (Mammuthus primigenius) is an extinct species of mammoth that lived during the Pleistocene until its extinction in the early Holocene epoch. It was one of the last in a line of mammoth species, beginning with Mammuthus subplanifrons in the early Pliocene.  #mammuthusprimigenius #mammoth

    Character: Mammuthus primigenius
    Scale: 1:35, Length 19CM, Shoulder Height 11CM
    Scale: 1:20, Length 32CM, Shoulder Height 18CM
    Material: PU Resin

    765 10 17 March, 2019
    It seems like every couple of months there’s a new headline claiming “mammoth cloning is just around the corner”. While it will still be many years before this extinct species is roaming the tundras of Siberia once again, a new study could help this dream edge closer to reality.

Writing in the journal Scientific Reports, scientists from Kindai University in Japan have documented mammoth nuclei showing “signs of biological activity” after being transplanted into mouse oocyte cells.

They started by taking samples of bone marrow and muscle tissue from the leg of a mammoth that had been frozen in Siberian permafrost for 28,000 years. Analysis revealed that the mammoth cells still contained relatively undamaged nucleus-like structures, which were extracted and then transferred into living mouse oocytes, cells found in ovaries that can undergo genetic division to form an egg cell.

After nuclear transfer, mouse proteins were loaded onto the mammoth cell nucleus and some started to show signs of nuclear reconstitution, hinting that ancient mammoth remains might still possess at least partially active nuclei.

Five of the cells even displayed stages of activity that occur immediately before cell division, although the study notes that “the full activation of nuclei for cleavage was not confirmed.” Kei Miyamoto, study author from the Department of Genetic Engineering at Kindai University, told Nikkei Asian Review that the research was a “significant step toward bringing mammoths back from the dead”, however, he conceded that it's still early days. "We want to move our study forward to the stage of cell division," Miyamoto added, but “we still have a long way to go." Image: Kindai University/Scientific Reports

#mammoth #mammoths #extinctanimals #animals #biology #science

    It seems like every couple of months there’s a new headline claiming “mammoth cloning is just around the corner”. While it will still be many years before this extinct species is roaming the tundras of Siberia once again, a new study could help this dream edge closer to reality.

    Writing in the journal Scientific Reports, scientists from Kindai University in Japan have documented mammoth nuclei showing “signs of biological activity” after being transplanted into mouse oocyte cells.

    They started by taking samples of bone marrow and muscle tissue from the leg of a mammoth that had been frozen in Siberian permafrost for 28,000 years. Analysis revealed that the mammoth cells still contained relatively undamaged nucleus-like structures, which were extracted and then transferred into living mouse oocytes, cells found in ovaries that can undergo genetic division to form an egg cell.

    After nuclear transfer, mouse proteins were loaded onto the mammoth cell nucleus and some started to show signs of nuclear reconstitution, hinting that ancient mammoth remains might still possess at least partially active nuclei.

    Five of the cells even displayed stages of activity that occur immediately before cell division, although the study notes that “the full activation of nuclei for cleavage was not confirmed.” Kei Miyamoto, study author from the Department of Genetic Engineering at Kindai University, told Nikkei Asian Review that the research was a “significant step toward bringing mammoths back from the dead”, however, he conceded that it's still early days. "We want to move our study forward to the stage of cell division," Miyamoto added, but “we still have a long way to go." Image: Kindai University/Scientific Reports

    #mammoth #mammoths #extinctanimals #animals #biology #science

    2,749 43 12 March, 2019
    just weird earth things 🌎

    just weird earth things 🌎

    2,139 58 16 March, 2019
    an ultraviolet sunrise along my favorite caldera. easily one of the coolest #hotsprings restricted to human access 😯 #infrared

    an ultraviolet sunrise along my favorite caldera. easily one of the coolest #hotsprings restricted to human access 😯 #infrared

    382 29 19 hours ago