Scientist unearths ancient camel fossils in Canadian Arctic

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A Canadian scientist has discovered bone fragments belonging to the ancestors of modern camels which once roamed the country's Arctic region.

Paleobiologist Natalie Rybczynski found the fossils in Ellesmere Island while carrying out research into climate change.

Tom Santorelli reports.

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