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Teeth of ancient hyena found in Yukon

A pair of fossilized teeth found in Yukon in the 1970s belong to a species of ancient hyena that roamed the grassy tundra during the early years of the last ice age, paleontologists have found. The fossils sat in the Canadian Museum of Nature in Ottawa until Jack Tseng, an expert on ancient predatory mammals, was brought in to confirm that they are the first hyena fossils found in the Arctic.

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