Why Did the Sabertooth Tiger Become Extinct?

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According to scientists, woolly mammoths and saber toothed tigers could have fought each other and eventually driven themselves to extinction. Saber toothed tigers lived thousands of years ago and together with the woolly mammoths and mastodons, they roamed the icy land.
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