|The skull was in good condition is a little misshapen|
|Reconstruction of a woolly rhinoceras|
They also found extinct species of three-toed horse, Tibetan bharal, known as blue sheep, and 25 other mammals species, including rodents and hunting hyena.The skull had special adaptations such as a flat, wide horn designed to sweep away snow while hunting for vegetation. The palaeontologists argue that giant Ice Age mammals originally evolved in snowy, mountainous regions and spread when the ice sheets moved south.
'The extinction of Ice Age giants such as woolly mammoths and rhinos, giant sloths and sabre toothed cats has been widely studied, but much less is known about where these giants came from' said Xiaoming Wang from the Natural History Museum of Los Angles. He continues 'cold places such as Tibet, the Arctic and Antarctic are where the most unexpected discoveries will be made in the future. These are the remaining frontiers that are still largely unexplored.'