Where Did Mammoths Live?


Mammoths are close relatives of modern day elephants. Their remains have been found in Europe, Africa, Asia, and North America.
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Mammoths were first described by German scientist Johann Friedrich Blumenback in 1799. He gave the name Elephas primigenius to elephant-like bones that had been found in Europe. Both Blumenbach and... More »
Prehistoric Animals:
I am glad that the mammoth is a prehistoric animal as I would hate to run into one on my way out to get the morning newspaper. When they were alive they roamed North American and Northern Eurasia. They have actually found fossils from the giant mammoths all around the world. You can find more information here: www.sfu.ca/archaeology/museum/mammoths/range1.htm
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