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Interactive: Inside the world of the Arctic camel Add to ...

Use this guide to explore an artist's reconstruction of camels living in the Canadian Arctic. The discovery was made after a single bone was found on Ellesmere Island during a 2006 expedition. A team lead by Natalia Rybczynski have determined the bone's owner was a camel. Read the full story in the related links below.

Interactive by CHRISTOPHER MANZA and STUART A. THOMPSON / THE GLOBE AND MAIL

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