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The first evidence aside from the cave drawings was found in a Polish tar pit. The pit, located in Starunia, Poland, yielded a specimen of Woolly Rhino that was almost flawless. The fact that it was only missing its hair and hooves made the find a fantastic advancement in the study of Woolly Rhinos and, the fact that the first specimen ever found by modern scientists was a whole specimen and not just bones, made an extremely profound impact on the science of paleontology as well. The specimen was an adult female rhino which is now on display in Poland's Academy of Sciences. Since that rhino was found many more skeletons and preserved specimens have been found throughout Eurasia including the Tibetan specimen mentioned earlier in the week.