America’s last mammoths died of thirst on an Alaskan island
Science Picture Co/SPLBy Conor Gearin Long after most of their kind had died out, one group of woolly mammoths was still surviving on an Alaskan island. Now it’s clear why they finally bit the dust: a warming climate caused their lakes to dry up. Mammoths were in crisis at the end of the last ice age, when human hunters were able to spread into their...
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