The remains of an ice age cave bear, which may be 39500 years old, have been found in Siberia, Russia. The soft tissue of the remains remains intact. < / P > < p > “today, this is the first and only discovery of a complete cave bear remains with soft tissue,” northeastern Federal University scientist Lena grigorieva said in a statement on Monday. “It’s completely preserved, with all its internal organs, even its nose. Previously, only skulls and bones were found. This discovery is of great significance to the whole world. ” < / P > < p > a group of reindeer herders from the lyakhovsky Islands came across the specimen and gave it to NEFU scientists. Ursus spelaeus, a prehistoric species or subspecies, lived in Eurasia during the middle and late Pleistocene and was extinct about 15000 years ago. Preliminary analysis by scientists shows that the age of the cave bear is between 22000 and 39500 years old. This is not the first major discovery in Siberia since permafrost began to melt in recent years. Previously, scientists have found the remains of a bird 46000 years ago, the head of a wild wolf 40000 years ago, the well preserved remains of Paleolithic horses, and even the giant & quot; virus 30000 years ago. Chinese version of K-car: reading a10e design drawing exposure