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Million-year-old Serbia mammoth skeleton moved

12 April 2014 Last updated at 08:58 BST

Archaeologists have been moving the skeleton of a million-year-old mammoth in Serbia.

The remains of the beast - nicknamed Vika - were discovered in a coal mine in Kostolac, east of Belgrade, five years ago and are now being lifted to ensure the preservation of the skeleton.

The BBC's Guy Delauney reports.

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