Woolly Mammoth Skull
Mammuthus primigenius, or the woolly mammoth, is an extinct species of Proboscidea and is a little larger than modern African elephants (3.5 tonnes). They were sexually dimorphic, which means that they had morphological differences between the sexes. Adult males were about 2.5 - 3.5 m (9 - 11 ft) at the shoulder and could weigh up to 6.6 tonnes. Adult females were a bit smaller and averaged 2.5 - 3 m (8.5 - 9.5 ft) high at the shoulder and could reach 4.4 tonnes. The remains of this fossil elephant are unrivaled and we have mummified examples of the animals that have been entombed within the permafrost of Siberia and North America.
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