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Thursday, May 26

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Friday, September 25

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Tuesday, June 2

  1. page MASTODON edited Mastodon {wow_hes_huge!.jpg} appeared four million years ago. {TXMammoth.jpg} Native to Nor…
    Mastodon
    {wow_hes_huge!.jpg} appeared four million years ago. {TXMammoth.jpg}
    Native to North America and Eurasia
    Eurasia's died out three million years
    Disappeared about ten thousand years ago in North America
    Very simular to wolly mamothes
    They think that they were hunted to extinction
    It lived in the Ice age
    The Mastodon romed North America from at least 3.75 million to 11,000 years ago
    Mastodons are thought to have first appered almost four million years ago.
    They were native to bolth Eurasia and North America Fossils having been found in England, Germany,the Netherlands.
    They lived during the Pleistocene Epoch.
    American Mastodons were among the largest land animals living during the Ice Age
    The Mastodon was slightly shorter and had a slightly longer body then an elephant.
    Mastodons looked like hairy elephants.
    They had coats of fine underwool,overlain by coarser guard hairs that ranged in color from yellow-brown to reddish brown.
    Mastodon travled in heards .
    The Mastodon was hunted by humans.
    Mastodons are mammals.
    Mastodons are extinct reletives of modern elephants which branched off the elephant family tree around 15 million years ago.
    While mastodons were furry like wolly mamothes and simular in height at roughly 3 meaters at the shoulder, the resemblance was superficial.
    Recient studies indicate that tuberculosis may have been partly responsible for the extinction of the mastodon 10,000 years ago.
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Wednesday, May 27

  1. page Woolly Rhinoceros edited ... Cave Paintings suggest a wide dark band between the front and hind legs. Some scientists beli…
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    Cave Paintings suggest a wide dark band between the front and hind legs.
    Some scientists believed that they died out because of hunting or Ice age. The rhinos horns are for sweeping away snow in the winter to eat vegetation and also for protection. It also used its horns for attracting mates. It may have become exctint by climate changes or by hyperdisease.
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