Home technology A 10000 year Mammoth skeleton sold for $645,000 on Saturday at an auction in France, the New York Post reported.

A 10000 year Mammoth skeleton sold for $645,000 on Saturday at an auction in France, the New York Post reported.

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A 10000 Mammoth skeleton sold for $645,000 on Saturday at an auction in France, the New York Post reported.

 

A 10000 Mammoth skeleton sold for $645,000 on Saturday at an auction in France, the New York Post reported.Its new boss spent a huge amount of money $646,000 for the enormous bones, which previously were on display in a French wine cellar. 10,000-year-old skeleton was bought by the CEO of a French waterproofing and construction company, Soprema, which sells a product called Mammoth, or “Mammoth

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Pierre-Etienne Bindschelder, chief executive of Soprema, a French waterproofing company bought the skeleton. He has a personal connection with the bones: his company’s logo is a woolly mammoth.

We are going to display it in the lobby of our firm,” said the new boss of a Mammoth skeleton , Pierre-Etienne Bindschedler, according to sum media report. “I think we have enough space to stand this huge skelton.”

Auctioner of  Mammoth skeleton said the skeleton sold for a record price for mammoth skeletons, beating the previous record older which sold 10 years ago in Paris for just over 315,000 euros, the Australian Broadcasting Corp. noted.

The skeleton was discovered 10 years ago in Siberia permafrost. David Gelsthorpe, curator of Earth Science collections at Manchester Museum, told the BBC that the
permafrost in Siberia was melting at a very rapid rate because of climate change the Mammoth skeleton towers about 10-feet high, with each of its two tusks measuring over 9 feet in length and weighing a total of 353 pounds.

Woolly mammoth commonly use to founf North America and Siberia, They disappeared from the Earth 3,700 years ago due to a warming climate.

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