woolly mammoth

NOUN
  1. very hairy mammoth common in colder portions of the northern hemisphere
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How To Use woolly mammoth In A Sentence

  • Exports of woolly mammoth tusks from Russia are booming. Times, Sunday Times
  • Important gaps in the picture remain, but even so, enough data is there to make a comparison between the woolly mammoth and its closest living relative, the elephant, they said.
  • At the time President Jefferson himself entertained notions that fabled creatures like woolly mammoths might still live in the huge wilderness he had recently claimed with a stroke of his pen.
  • It would not be an exact replica but it would look and feel much like a woolly mammoth did. Times, Sunday Times
  • It would not be an exact replica but it would look and feel much like a woolly mammoth did. Times, Sunday Times
  • Neanderthal man was able to kill woolly mammoths and bears.
  • The researchers compared sequences of DNA from the nuclei of African and Asian elephants, and from woolly mammoths and the American mastodon.
  • During warmer periods the land turned into meadows and steppes, ideal grazing grounds for woolly mammoths, rhinoceroses, bison, horses, elk, and yaks.
  • Your business either lets you go hunt the woolly mammoth or it doesn't.
  • Geologists say it probably once belonged to a woolly mammoth or a mastodon.
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