Mastodons ate fruit, leaves and bark.
Mastodons were herbivores, so they ate things like leaves and fruit.
they ate apples if they had worms in them
No they were the most feroucious enemy of man and would also often eat each other.
Mastodons are extinct,
Mastodons were strict herbivores like today's elephants. The main difference is that instead of primarily eating grasses like modern elephants, they mostly ate leaves.
maybe fish people and tree leaves also diffrent animals preaditors
Mastodons were found throughout North and South America.
The mastodons lived from about 3.75 millon-11,000 years ago. : )
God made mastodons in 4000 BC.
No, they didn't.Mastodons belonged to a genus of the extinct family Mammutidae.
The mastodons died off approximately 11,000 years ago.
Mastodons and mammoths are related but are not the same thing, just like lions and cheetahs.
The American Mastodons were top predators and therefore had few enemies. Juvenile Mastodons were at risk from being killed by short-faced bears and American lions.
The last mastodons died between 8,000 and 12,000 years ago in North America.
Mastodons were herbivores (plant-eaters) who ate the leaves of tree leaves, shrubs, mosses, twigs, and other plants.
Dont really no
They ate mammoths, bison, camels, dogs , mastodons, pumpkins, sunflowers, beans, corn, fish, and a variety of greens.
They were herbivores so they ate leaves from trees and shrubs but there has also been a discovery that they also ate grass.
probably got hunted down.
No, Mastodons were herbivore animals.