Even the nose is preserved:
The perfectly preserved remains of an Ice Age cave bear have been discovered in the Russian Arctic—the first example of the species ever to be found with soft tissues intact.
The astonishing find was made by reindeer herders on the Lyakhovsky Islands, which are part of the New Siberian islands archipelago in Russia’s Far North.Wire Service, “A Perfectly Preserved Ice Age Cave Bear Has Been Found in Russia–Even Its Nose Is Intact” at Epoch Times
Sources say there is a cub too that hasn’t yet been announced.
Researchers are confident that they can extract readable DNA.
Too bad we don’t have dinosaurs like that. Just think of all the speculation that would be circumvented.