A 39,000 year old, well-preserved woolly mammoth will be on view to the public from July 13th to September 16th at an exhibition hall in Yokohama, Japan.

The specimen, a baby female whom scientists nicknamed “Yuka,” was found in May on the New Siberian Islands. Yuka had been trapped in the ice for centuries, but the frozen conditions kept Yuka’s fur and muscle tissue intact.

Parts of her torso and legs, however, had been partially consumed by prehistoric predators.