By: Naudia Terry
Mammoth Breaking News
Most of the bones discovered have told scientists many things about Mammoths, and not only that but possible ways that certain Mammoths died. Some Mammoths died because of getting killed by predators and others by getting pushed over cliffs. Discovering bones and other types of artifacts has given scientists a lots of information on the Ice Age and other types of animals that lived in that time period. A huge reason why this discovery is so important is because Mammoths are rare, large, and complex animals that tell scientists a lot about the world. More and More things about the Mammoth are getting discovered each day.
Mammoths Extinction Affects the Ecosystem
Mammoths were herbivores, they ate most of the tall grass that grew to 8 ft tall. They were know to have eaten at least 800 pounds of grass per day. Once their population died out there weren't as many animals to eat the grass, this caused the grasslands to have a population explosion. This event also caused a climate change in the area of where they lived at the time.