However, she is by far the best preserved mammoth mummy in the world.
Lyuba was discovered in 2007 by a reindeer breeder and hunter named Yuri Khudi in Russia.
Yuri named her Lyuba after his wife.
She weighed 110lb at only one month old.
From tail to trunk she was roughly the same size as a large dog.
Lyuba was transferred to Jikei University School of Medicine in Japan for further studying.
She was remarkably well-preserved, her eyes and trunk were intact, she had some fur on her body still, and her skin and organs were all still in good condition.
Researchers are hoping that by studying Lyuba's teeth they might gain insight into what caused Ice Age mammals, including the mammoths, to become extinct 10,000 years ago.