Woolly Mammoth

"Woolly Mammoth"
1997
Illustration board
8"x11"

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Publication History


Essay

The woolly mammoth was bigger than its modern elephant relatives and was the largest land animal alive during the late Pleistocene epoch. Their closest living relatives are the Indian elephants.

Vital Statistics

Name: Woolly Mammoth
Type Species: * Mammuthus primigenius
Height: 9-12 feet tall at the shoulder
Weight: 7-8 tons
Time: 120,000-4,000 years ago (Late Pleistocene)
Place: northern Europe, Siberia, North America
Diet: plant-eater (herbivore)


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