Mammoths were found!

Mammoths were found in Waco,TX.

New Discovery

There has been a new discovery of Mammoths around the area of Waco,TX. Mammoths where around a very long time ago. They were spread all over North America. These animals where huge and ate large quantities of grass,leaves,etc. Although they were a lot of animals they actually went extinct.

They did go extinct but fortunately in Waco,Texas two people found fossils of these animals. Originally they had found seventeen mammoths which varied in males,females,and their young s.Now they are in exhibition in the Waco Mammoth National Monument located in Waco, TX. The people that work there are working on making a bigger space to exhibit these animals. There is said to be more animals (Mammoths) spread around this area.


Mammoths Ecosystem

Mammoths used to be around about 4,500 years ago. These animals where very large, they were covered in hair, and had enormous tusks.They were around in the times of the Ice Age. Although they were very big they weren't the only big animals. Mammoths where big which meant that they also ate a lot of food every day.

The mammoths ate cacti leaves,trees,or shrubs, and others were accustomed to grazing. These animals ate great quantities of grass and leaves.Their extinction was fatal. The extinction was said to be caused be caused by climatic changes or by all the hunting done by humans it still was terrible.

Religious Communities reacting to Discovery of Mammoths

There are many religious that do not believe in the development of life through out the time. These communities believe that the one god made everything. Although many people believe this theory as well there was a discovery of many mammoths in one area in Waco,TX. Many churches reacted different ways about this discovery but this discovery meant a lot to the U.S.

The people living close to where the mammoths were have had to made a lot of adjustments because of this discovery. Some religious communities have also brought in the theory of development through out time of life.