Lyuba is a female woolly mammoth calf who died 41,800 years ago at the age of 30 to 35 days. Lyuba is believed to have suffocated by inhaling mud while bogged down in deep mud in the bed of a river her herd was crossing. Lyuba appears to have been healthy at the time of her death. By examining Lyuba's teeth, researchers hope to gain insight into what caused Ice Age mammals, including the mammoths, to become extinct at the end of the Pleistocene era around 10,000 years ago

Lyuba is a female woolly mammoth calf who died years ago at the age of 30 to 35 days. Lyuba is believed to have suffocated by inhaling mud while bogged down in deep mud in the bed of a river her herd was crossing. Lyuba appears to have been healthy

London Tenement. Over-population led to a huge gulf between the classes and much starvation.

Shorpy Historical Photo Archive : Elizabeth Street: 1912 "Row of tenements, 260 to 268 Elizabeth St., New York, in which a great deal of finishing of clothes is carried on.

Sir Walter Raleigh's house in Blackwall #London. It was demolished during the construction of the Blackwall tunnel

Walter Raleigh’s House London, c. Sir Walter Raleigh’s house at Blackwall, London. The house was demolished during construction of the Blackwall Tunnel

Kensington High Street 1897

Previous Pinner wrote: "Kensington Road 1887 - Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee" Which is wrong as Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee was I'll look into it to either correct the event (Golden Jubilee?

Through the heart of the old East End ran the road called Commercial Road,it was built to solve the problems of the cramped slums or rookeries. The 1840s was a time when the east End problem raised its head and ideas were put to solve it, the road which had been aimed largely at slum clearance remained a white elephant in the middle of the East End, life went on as before.

“A secondhand clothes seller at Newcastle cloth market reads as customers inspect her goods. A set of original glass negatives showing street scenes of century Newcastle found by Aaron Guy, who works at the city’s Mining Institute.

A view of London: Tottenham Court, Ackermann's Repository, 1812

A View of London: Tottenham Court Road, 1812

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