All I know is their were woolly mammoths
Yes. Their were mastodons (a close relative of the mammoth) and also different species of mammoth. The biggest mammoth was the Colombian Mammoth.
Where do I start? Colombian, Wooly, Mastodon (a close relative of the mammoth), pygmy, and many others.
They are related to each other but the elephant doesnt have fur whereas the mamoth does and mammoths were roaming around when there were cavemen
Elephants are less hairy than mammoths and do not posses such large tusks. Elephants are not extinct, while mammoths are.
Climate change would cause the types of plants that grew in an area to change. If the plants that mammoths needed for food were replaced by plants that didn't provide enough nutrition, the mammoths would have died out.
No, they are different species. Yes. The mammoths and elephants related though the mammoths are closely related to Asian elephants than to African elephants.
No. Elephants are not mammoths. Mammoths are extinct. The mammoths were related to elephants. and they descended from common ancestors.
i dont know, you tell me.
Mammoths once inhabited the Earth. Mammoths are related to modern elephants. Scientists are trying to clone mammoths and bring them back to life.
There was a Wooly mammoth, a Columbian Mammoth, and a few others.
The mammoths lived for 100,000000 of years but a mammoths lived for 80 years
The standard collective nouns are: a herd of mammoths a tusk of mammoths
No, mammoths are long extinct.
Yes, mammoths were mammals.
Um have u ever heard of dinosaurs? And woolly mammoths. That's all I know.