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Related to Mammuthus: Mammuthus primigenius, Mammoths
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Noun1.Mammuthus - extinct genus: mammothsMammuthus - extinct genus: mammoths    
mammal genus - a genus of mammals
mammoth - any of numerous extinct elephants widely distributed in the Pleistocene; extremely large with hairy coats and long upcurved tusks
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GRCA collection 12 Association of ceramics Jones, 1986; Huffer, 2013 13 Ceramics Haury, 1940; Agenbroad and Haynes, 1975; Lightfoot and Feinman, 1982 14 Mammuthus dung Mead and Agenbroad, 1992; Kropf et al.
The fossil is a Mammuthus Primigenius, a very old male, which was a pure vegetarian.
1999: Pygmy Mammuthus exilis from Channel Islands National Park, California USA.
On the other hand, several new taxa made their first appearance in Iberia at that time, including: taxa more adapted to wooded savannahs and open areas, such as Mammuthus meridionalis, Stephanorhinus etruscus, Equus livenzovensis and E.
The bones are believed to belong to the Mammuthus columbi species, an extinct mammoth similar to an elephant.
Teeth discovered more recently in the same area in Crete now suggest the animal was in fact a mammoth, Mammuthus creticus.
The discoveries, a large Columbian Mammoth, known scientifically as a Mammuthus columbi, and a Tyrannosaurus rex, have helped to push the already respected museum into an important stop for both amateur and professional paleontologists and geologists.
Marine mammal examples include bones from the genera Phoca and Odobenus, as well as various cetaceans; while terrestrial mammal examples include bones from the genera Mammut, Mammuthus, Rangifer, Tapirus, Cervalces (= Alces), Symbos, Bison, and Megalonyx (e.
Europe's southern-most skeletal remains of Mammuthus primigenius were unearthed in a moor on the 37 degrees north latitude.
Los rusos acunaron la palabra Mammuthus (muy grande), hace varios siglos para referirse a los restos de "elefantes" prehistoricos que habitualmente se encontraban en el hielo de Siberia.