I have to concur with you, sculptor! Must also point out that the article : https://www.newscientist.com/articl...arctic-life-10000-years-earlier-than-thought/, does not "infer" anything at all - although at least one Member seems to (subjectively, possibly) "infer" information that is not in the article... Indeed there is no mention of "conclusive" in the article... However...there is also no mention of "experts", nor "believe"...let alone any mention "that the experts believe" anything at all. As a matter of fact the article clearly states that "...it’s not clear who killed the mammoth." And has different people opining that it may have been by "Neanderthals or Denisovans" or by "Homo sapiens". : the ^^above quoted^^ from : https://www.newscientist.com/articl...arctic-life-10000-years-earlier-than-thought/ From reading the whole article completely, it is clear that the people investigating the "find" are are yet to be in agreement on quite a bit of the evidence, let alone in any kind of agreement on what they all "believe". So... yes, sculptor, I concur..."it is a mammoth and it was found in Siberia".