HONG KONG -- The world's best preserved woolly mammoth is about to go on display in Asia for the first time.
The 42,000-year-old ice age mammal named Lyuba will go on display in a high-end shopping mall in Hong Kong.
The mammoth died when it was a month old and was found in 2007 by a Siberian reindeer herder and his sons.
Lyuba was named after the herder's wife.
The well-preserved mammoth was found in 2007.