What is a mastodon?

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The mastodon was a distant mammoth relative found in North America around 3.7 million years ago. Their main habitat was cold spruce woodlands and they are believed to have moved in herds. Mastodons were about the same size as modern day elephants but were more heavily muscled with furry coats for cold protection.
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A Mastodon was an large and furry member of the elephant family that specialized in eating leaves (the mammoth specialized in eating grass) They lived during the ice age (are now
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Mastodons:1:extinct elephant-like mammal that flourished worldwide from Miocene through
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Mastodons were an elephant-like mammal that roamed the Earth some 15 million years ago. It fed on plants and used its tusks to break branches. Mastodon ..
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The general name of "mammoth" refers to several types of giant, prehistoric elephants, but it's the woolly mammoth in particular that we have a distinctive picture of today
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Mastodon
The American mastodon (scientific name Mammut americanum) roamed North America from at least 3.75 million to 11,000 years ago. Mastodons, along with mammoths and modern elephants, are members of the order Proboscidea... More »
Prehistoric Animals:
When you think of animals that are no longer extinct but have animals that exist from them, mastodon is any one of these extinct animals. Like the elephant is to a mammoths, they are similar is appearance.
A Mastodon is a mammal. It is huge and elephant-like. It lived worldwide around the Miocene and Pleistocene epochs. They were also present in North America in recent times. You can find more information here: http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/mastodon
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