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Climate change, not humans, was reason woolly mammoths went extinct, research suggests – USA TODAY

It’s been long believed humans hunted the woolly mammoth too much that it went extinct. Turns out climate change was the main…

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For millions of years, woolly mammoths roamed across the globe until they disappeared around 4,000 years ago. Their mysterious disappearance has commonly been attributed to humans, who would hunt the animals for food  and use the mammoths’ remains to build…

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