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Do woolly mammoths live in northern Alaska?

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Woolly Mammoths are extinct.

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Woolly mammoths lived in Siberia, Alaska, and northern Europe.

Woolly mammoths lived in Siberia, Alaska, and northern Europe.

Woolly mammoths lived primarily in Russia and northern Europe. However, they have been found in the Arctic regions of North America. These mammoths lived in Alaska.

Woolly mammoths lived in the ice age

Woolly mammoths lived in Europe, Siberia, Alaska, through central Canada, and in the Midwestern region of the USA. This range would have included Michigan.

No. Woolly mammoths gave birth to live young.

Woolly mammoth primarily lived in Russia and northern Europe. The only US state that they have been found in is Alaska. Woolly mammoths lived on the Alaskan tundra about 10,000 years ago.

no where, their extinct (dead)

water, wooly mammoths need water

It was generally assumed that the last Woolly mammoths vanished form Europe and Siberia.Answer:Mammoths were present in North America and Eurasia. The woolly mammoth was present in Eurasia until 8,000 BCE. In North America remnants of the species were present off the coast of California and Alaska until 1,650 BCE.Most of the Woolly Mammoths lived in the both Americas, and Eurasia, all through Siberia and Alaska. There is much new DNA evidence about where they traveled and how far. For more details, please see the sites listed below.

yes they did they lived in herds

Most woolly mammoths died out by 8000 BC. The last surviving mammoths were a population of dwarf mammoths on Wrangel Island, and these died out 4,500 years ago, around 2,500 BC.

mostly the snowy tundra and praries.

Wooly mammoths have a very strange environment . They live with the mystic snorks deep sea. :)

Woolly mammoths are thought to have started out in North Africa and ranged over Africa, Europe, Asia and North America.

Woolly mammoths lived from about 150,000 years ago until 10,000 years ago. That was during the Pleistocene series. The Pleistocene was the first series of the Quaternary period.

Mammoths lived all around the northern hemisphere.

The woolly mammoth lived in the cold regions of the Northern Hemisphere.

Mammoths were grass eating animals. Because grass grows well in the plains, that would have been an ideal habitat for mammoths. In fact, woolly mammoths lived in the tundra, which are dry, treeless plains, and Columbian mammoths lived in the Great Plains.

that depends because their was a lot of kinds of mammoth their is a the woolly mammoths ...... and more . but usually about as long as a normal human (that doesn't smoke or take drugs )

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Yes. Not only woolly mammoths, but other species, such as the Columbian mammoth (native to North America) lived during the last Ice Age.

Woolly mammoths lived mostly in Eurasia, although their remains have been found in Alaska. However, another type of mammoth called the Columbian mammoth lived in most of North America. Their fossils have been found as far south as Honduras.

Woolly mammoths lived in Siberia and Europe during the last Ice Age, and died out about 10,000 years ago, except for a population of dwarf woolly mammoths that lived on Wrangel Island until only 3,700 years ago.


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