Mammoths

What does religion have to say about them?

OK. So there are a lot of religions out there. You have Christianity, Islam, Scientology, Hindu, Jehovah Witnesses, Buddhism... And some people don't even have a religion! These people can be atheist, and agnostic. But the point is that there is nowhere in (whatever your religion is) the bible talks about dinosaurs and/or mammoths. But science proves that there was dinosaurs and mammoths in the past. So what's going on?
In Psalm 74:13 it says, “It was you who split open the sea by your power; you broke the heads of the monster in the waters.” When the bible says this, it might mean that it broke the head of a dinosaur. Let's continue. In the bible, you will never find the translation of "dinosaur." But, there are some keys here and there, that talk about "dinosaurs." Here is something you need to remember: The bible states plenty of animals (including snakes, chickens, horses, goats, etc.), but not every animal. One of these is the dinosaurs (we believe). Consider the Hebrew word, "tannin." In Job 7:12, it is translated “sea monster." So is this the dinosaurs, or not? I think that local religious communities would probably ignore it for the most part, and still have faith. But, they will probably (in their mind) wonder, "is this true?" Here is a link to find out more info about this: http://apologeticspress.org/apcontent.aspx?category=9&article=936

effects that mammoths made to ecosystem from extinction

Compared to the other living organisms at the time, mammoths were the boss. They were basically the dinosaurs of their time. They could kill anything by just stepping on it. But, how were the organisms affected after the mammoths went extinct? This is not really a hard question. But of course, it helped the living organisms.

So, the extinction of mammoths had a positive impact on everybody (except the mammoths). The organisms were so relieved after the mammoths went extinct. Finally, they can wake up, and not have to worry about dying that day as much. And this goes for all of the organisms. Researchers found evidence that the extinction of mammoths helped to change the climate. Truly, I think that mammoths went extinct from a flood. This might not be true. But hey, that's my theory. Here is a link to find out more info about this:

http://www.sciencemag.org/news/2010/07/did-mammoth-extinction-warm-earth

BREAKING NEWS!!!!!!!!!!

OMG! Have you heard?!?! Something really cool just happened: 2 guys just found mammoth bones! This is insane! Let me give you a little knowledge on these mammoths: Mammoths were the boss. They were basically the dinosaurs of their time. They could kill anything by just stepping on it. They were also humongous! They were "9 to 11 feet tall and weighed around 6 tons." (TED ED)

These 2 guys are Paul Barron and Eddie Bufkin. They "embarked on a search for arrowheads and fossils near the Bosque River." (city of Waco, Texas, mammoth section) To dig, the 2 guys used tools. Such as... bamboo scrapers and brushes. I am really shocked and stunned that this happened. In the future, I see us (humans) making a museum for this. Here's a link to learn more about these 2 guys and how they found it:

http://www.waco-texas.com/cms-waco-mammoth/page.aspx?id=174

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