columbian mammoth

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Related to Colombian Mammoth: Mammuthus, mastodon
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Noun1.columbian mammoth - a variety of mammothcolumbian mammoth - a variety of mammoth      
mammoth - any of numerous extinct elephants widely distributed in the Pleistocene; extremely large with hairy coats and long upcurved tusks
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The 12-year-old Colombian mammoth was named "Hayden" after Hollywood actress Hayden Panettiere, who featured in the TV series "Nashville" and "Heroes."
His plans are interrupted when an anomaly is detected and Lester's worst nightmare comes to pass - a giant Colombian mammoth has appeared and is rampaging on a section of busy road in broad daylight.
It had lakes and lush vegetation that was home to a menagerie of strange beasts, including the Colombian mammoth and other huge herbivores such as ground sloths, bison and camels.