wooly mammoths were herbivores . They only ate grass and
Wooly Mammoths did not eat animals, they were herbivores, they ate plants.
wooly mammoths where mainly grazers eating grass and moss
if you cook it yes u can :) lol
No. Wooly Mammoths, like elephants, were herbivores.
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.
The mammoths sleep upside down hanging from something.
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.
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
Not likely. Mammoths were a food source for early man.
Mammoths are extinct, although they (wooly mammoths) existed during the ice age period.
Mammoths were grazers. They primarily lived on grass, like African savanna elephants do today. Also like modern elephants, mammoths ate occasional leaves and fruits.
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
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.
The woolly mammoths' habitat was a cold and windy grassland that was a tundra like steep environment .
Scientists are now saying that elephants did descend from the wooly mammoth. This is because they both have similar characteristics.
Wooly mammoths have a very strange environment . They live with the mystic snorks deep sea. :)
In north america and euorpe and south america.
Men were the biggest predators of wooly mammoths.
They found their food up in the trees
They have been extinct for over 10,000 years
Wooly Mammoths did not have "feathers".
they were believed to eat BABY wooly mammoths and some preostoric sloths, there was also a early time of deer which could have also been consumed by the saber tooths
mammoths ranged in size from about 9 ft (2.7 m) tall to over 15 ft tall.
Wooly Mammoths were about sixteen feet tall at the shoulder.
about 9 tons when fully grown (males)
Just search where did the mammoth live its the same thing.
it depends if a natuatl perdator is feeding on it or humans killed
No dinosaurs have scale like skin mammoths have fur
Some wooly mammoths may have been found intact in frozen ground because they were preserved in the icy. This can happen if the ground has stayed frozen continuously.
The spelling "mammoths" is a plural noun, used only to refer to the extinct elephant species, aka wooly mammoths. The adjective is mammoth (very large, huge).
All the wooly mammoths were frozen to death. They got frozen in a big ice burg and are still preserved at sea somewhere. but nobody has found them yet so they are lonley at sea and they need a friend:( if you were a wooly mammoth trapped in an ice cube you would be cold to.
It is generally believed that the Wooly Mammoths become extinct around 10,000 years ago when the pleistocene period ended. There may have been a smaller version on Wrangel Island until around 1700 BC.
It is thought that wooly mammoths behave much like their cousins, elephants. There are fossil records that show that they have the same social organization.
There was a Wooly mammoth, a Columbian Mammoth, and a few others.
Up to 5 meters (16 feet) long
The dog is so old, he played with wooly mammoths as a puppy.
Yes we did we ate and made clothes out of wooly mammoths
wooly mammoths, serbian tigers, and more.
Woolly mammoths lived in Siberia, Alaska, and northern Europe.