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Their teeth were high-crowned molars, as opposed to their contemporaries the [[mastodon]]s, which had nipple-like features. Their tusks were long and curved inwards. Body hair, reddish-brown in woolly mammoths (''M. primigenius''), is known from the excellent cave paintings of Spain and France, as well as frozen individuals found in the Siberian and Alaskan permafrosts.
In 2009 a nearly complete mammoth skeleton was found in downtown Los Angeles. Evolutionists, using unreliable radiometric dating, have calculated a date of 10,000-45,000 years before present as the age of this fossil <ref>.
*Woolly mammoth (''Mammuthus primigenius'')
[[Category:Extinct Animals]]