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What Did A Mammoth Eat?

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Plants
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They entirely fed on plants.In other words they were herbivore(someone who feeds on plants an d seed only)
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A herbivorous animal by nature, the mammoth was an animal who purely fed on plants – that was one common trait that the mammoth and its contemporary relative that is the elephant share in common. With relation to its enormous size, the name of the animal has been coined in the dictionary as an adjective that means gargantuan. Nevertheless considering its physical enormity, one could easily comprehend the amount of vegetation that the animal needed to survive and keep themselves alive.

It does not come as a surprise that the name mammoth is applied biologically to every extinct species that belonged to the elephant family. Except for Australia and South Africa, mammoth fossils have been discovered all over the world. Besides having similarities with their contemporary counterparts, mammoths had their differences too with elephants in a physical sense – that included the structure and form of the skull and the tusks and also the structure of the teeth.
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They ate people... N most of the times they loved going to McDonalds to eat a chicken sandwich wit french fries.
I seen them

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