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What do wooly mammoths eat?

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2016-02-26 09:36:40
2016-02-26 09:36:40

wooly mammoths were herbivores . They only ate grass and plants

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Wooly Mammoths did not eat animals, they were herbivores, they ate plants.

wooly mammoths where mainly grazers eating grass and moss

No. Wooly Mammoths, like elephants, were herbivores.

if you cook it yes u can :) lol

Wooly mammoths are extinct. There are no living wooly mammoths so there are none around to have babies. When they roamed the earth they gave birth to live young.

mammoths used to be herbivore and only eat grass and plants

Wooly Mammoths are brown.

Mammoths were elephants and elephants are herbivores.

They lived in Europe and in Sibiria. Some Wooly Mammoths lived in North America and in Eurasia.

The wooly mammoths, for food, clothes, and tents.

Get out of here! Wooly mammoths were hunted by humans.

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water, wooly mammoths need water

well, they were herbivores so they ate like grass and leaves and they rarely ate fruit.

They would eat the ice if need be, and hunt wooly mammoths and sabertoothed tigers and eat them.

Not likely. Mammoths were a food source for early man.

Mammoths are extinct, although they (wooly mammoths) existed during the ice age period.

they arrived because of the mamoths and had to fallow them to find food and or shelter for what they eat was the wooly mammoths

Wooly mammoths lived in the age or THE ICE AGE. Love, Jovan Zuniga

11,500 to 13,500 years ago

The Wooly Mammoth lived in the Pleistocene Period.

North America but now extinct

Mammoths were grazers. They primarily lived on grass, like African savanna elephants do today. Also like modern elephants, mammoths ate occasional leaves and fruits.

The woolly mammoths' habitat was a cold and windy grassland that was a tundra like steep environment .

Wooly Mammoths live in cold, dry habitats, but they migrate year-round. In the winter, mammoths migrate south for warmer environments, and in the summer, they migrate north for colder environments. The "Wooly" in front of their names answers why they do so.


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