Woolly mammoth

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Woolly mammoths were large terrestrial, and hairy mammals that lived during the Pleistocene epoch between 2 million and 10,000 years ago according to evolutionists. Evolutionists claim that they went extinct at the end of the last ice age while Creationists say that they likely died in Noah's Flood. Climate change is usually blamed for their extinction but humans may have played a part. They are classified as related to the modern elephant and preserved mammoth corpses have been found in Siberia. Scientists believe that it may be possible one day to clone the mammoth.