The Theory of The Freeze Zone Morphology For Mammoths
By, Marcos Valenswego, M.S. and Ronald Stewart Th.D. ; Ph.D.
What is Freeze Zone Morphology when applicable to Mammoths ? Freeze zone morphology is a combinational dual theory that both as to why there is a mixture of finding Mammoths and other past cold environmental animals like the Mammoth, Wooly Mammoth Wooly Bison, Wooly Rhinoceros and other such like animals are discovered. In these discoveries from time to time there may also be found parts and / or fragments of their skeletal remains such as bones that still may have soft tissue still attached to them. The hypothesis and new theory proposes and presents that there are certain geographical locations and areas primarily in the northern hemispheres of earth, that because these existed at much higher elevations than earth's equator zones such as the Northern parts of Alaska in North America, Siberia, and other similar cold environmental geographical locations on the earth, that when these colder environmentally natured animals died their skeletal remains became as a whole, partially, and / or preserved in fragments of bone with flesh still upon them. However, at that time the entire earth was about the same median temperature. However these types of animals existed at these higher colder elevations and when winter came about on an annual basis these animal's hair would grow longer. However, during these periods of time of course such like animals died and their remains became a permanent part of the permafrost sedimentary conditions and this is a new theory as to why some of these animals are found this way.