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Extinct Animals Research: Woolly Mammoth

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We have learned much about the Woolly Mammoth almost more than any other
dinosaur that has been identified. Due to the fact that the Woolly Mammoth so
closely resembles today's elephants, care for them would most probably require
most of the same factors to keep it alive. Since the Woolly Mammoth has been
extinct for 4000 years, it is difficult to tell exactly what they lived on, but
we can hypothesize.
The Woolly Mammoth lived during the Ice Age, so if alive today, it must
be kept in a tundra environment. For food, only basic tundra vegetation is
necessary. Due to the thick pelt that the Woolly Mammoth has, any known Ice Age
temperatures would suffice since the thick fur protects the animal in any
extreme temperatures.
Large enclosures would not be needed as they would be for a normal
elephant since the Woolly Mammoth is only three meters high. The huge tusks
would allow it to scavenge for its own food, so no special feedings would be
necessary. Feedings would also be needed on a less frequent basis since the
Woolly Mammoth, much like ...

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