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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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According to Discovery, there are many theories as to why the woolly mammoth became extinct, from disease and hunting to some sort of natural catastrophe. However, evidence has come to light that climate change may have ...

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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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According to Discovery, there are many theories as to why the woolly mammoth became extinct, from disease and hunting to some sort of natural catastrophe. However, evidence has come to light that climate change may have ...

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The Jarkov mammoth, frozen solid in Siberian permafrost, was found in 1997 and removed to an ice cave for thawing and study. Scientists hoped the specimen would yield living cells for cloning experiments. As of Aug. 2014...

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The diet of Neanderthals consisted primarily of meat, based on several pieces of evidence. There is some evidence, however, that shows Neanderthals may also have consumed plant-based food as well.

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Mammoths ate plant life, mainly grass and large quantities of dandelion-like flowers called “forbs.” These grew abundantly in the Northern Eurasian and North American grasslands that mammoths roamed. Shrubs, sedges and m...

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