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Facts About the Wooly Mammoth
The woolly mammoth (Mammuthus primigenius) died out about 10,000 years ago, although a population of dwarf mammoths survived until 1700 B.C. on the Arctic Wrangel Island. They first appear in the fossil record some four million years ago in Africa.... More »
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Woolly mammoth - Wikipedia


The woolly mammoth (Mammuthus primigenius) is a species of mammoth that lived during the Pleistocene epoch, and was one of the last in a line of mammoth  ...

Facts About Woolly Mammoths - Live Science


Oct 28, 2016 ... The woolly mammoth, a cousin of today's elephants, died out about 10000 years ago. It may be possible to bring them back by cloning, but ...

10 fascinating facts about woolly mammoths | TED Blog


May 30, 2013 ... Sequencing an extinct genome is no longer a pipe dream, says evolutionary biologist and ancient DNA specialist Hendrik Poinar in today's talk.

Woolly Mammoth - National Geographic Kids


Woolly Mammoth. 16472 ... OVERVIEW. Woolly mammoths are extinct relatives of today's elephants. ... See pictures, watch videos, and get facts. 52196 ...

10 Facts About the Woolly Mammoth - Dinosaurs - About.com


It wasn't the biggest Mammoth species, but the Woolly Mammoth is still the most famous proboscid of the Pleistocene epoch. Here are 10 facts you may or may ...



Facts about the Woolly Mammoth. This amazing extinct animal was well adapted for survival in extremely cold regions. Here you will find a list of facts about this ...

Mammoths: Facts (Science Trek: Idaho Public Television)


Mammoths: Facts. Origins. Mammoth. The word 'mammoth' comes from two words ... Jefferson's mammoth (Mammuthus jeffersonii) and the woolly mammoth  ...

BBC Radio 4 - Natural Histories, Mammoths - 13 mammoth facts ...


Most mammoth populations had died out by around 10,000 years ago although a small population of 500-1000 woolly mammoths lived on Wrangel Island in the ...