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Woolly mammoths lived in Europe, Northern Asia, Africa, parts of Mexico and North America. They roamed the Earth during the period commonly known as the Ice Age.

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DNA analysis of fossilized woolly mammoth stomach contents shows that they mainly subsisted on small, nutritious flowering plants called forbs. Modern-day examples of forbs include clover, sunflowers and dandelions.

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The last of the mammoths survived in Alaska about 10,000 years ago. No definite reason has been attributed to the demise of the mammoths, though several factors, such as climate change, the arrival of humans and even met...

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