Mammoth excavation Palaeontologists standing with the partially unearthed fossil of a woolly mammoth Mammuthus primigenius The front section of the skull is at centre The woolly mammoth was a large elephantlike mammal with a thick hairy coat It lived on the steppes of Siberia and in much of Europe up until about years ago Woolly mammoths died out as Eurasia warmed up at the end of the last ice age and forests spread across the steppes The arrival of human hunters may also have hastened their extinction Photographed in Siberia Russia
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