Ice and general cold can do very interesting things, especially if we want to keep something as we know it.
So it's very well known that in various conditions where it's really cold, very interesting discoveries have been found where there may have been very well preserved bodies or other things.
Many times parts of various animals that have become extinct, for example, have been discovered. But in the ice, for example, a claw or a piece of a claw has been caught, and it's beautifully preserved.
So when they came across these discoveries, it was immediately known that ice and cold could preserve these discoveries for several thousand years and perhaps even more.
In one place, one of the tiny mammoths was accidentally discovered perfectly preserved in the ice.
Many different remains of mammoths and similar animals have been found over the years, and this was one of the best preserved, as it was essentially a complete mammoth.
It's estimated to be about 39,000 years old and that it died within about 9 months of its birth, also most likely due to the ice age or the huge changes in temperature and cold.
One day there was a very nice discovery in Alaska and it was even two Moose. Their antlers were peeking out from under a huge layer of ice, and it was immediately obvious that they were completely frozen and that there were probably two of them.
These two Moose were probably just in a fight when they did not realise that a huge cold was coming and they could stay there forever. So they froze at the exact moment they were wearing antlers and so they took a very interesting stance when they were fighting each other.
There was also a very amazing discovery and that is the ancestor of the very bisons we know in today's world. It was a Steppe bison, which was already in a state of decomposition, but at that time it was probably caught in a huge cold.
Because it was frozen solid in decomposition, even the people of Yana could find it and see what it was. What was also very interesting about it was that his brain and organs were almost as intact and so they could also examine from them.