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mammoth

adjective as high as the sky, astronomical, colossal, enormous, gargantuan, gigantic, great, huge, immense, large, massive, monstrous, mountainous, towering, tremendous, up to the sky, vast, walloping
See also: enormous, prodigious
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Mammuthus from Lincoln County and a Review of the Mammoths from the Pleistocene of New Mexico, pp.
At least 26 localities with Mammuthus have been reported in Arizona since the compilation by Saunders (1970).
Osborn (1936) gives the ridge plate formulae for Mammuthus jeffersoni as: Dp3 8+/?
micropus), Mammuthus columbi, Equus, Camelops, and Bison.
x Voles Pitymys pinetorum x Pine vole Ondatra zibethicus x Muskrat Synaptomys cooperi Southern bog lemming Mustela erminea Ermine Mammut americanum 0 0 American mastodon Mammuthus sp.
Several teeth of Mammuthus were in terrace gravels above Granite Creek, Yavapai County, ca.
Skeletal remains of several large Pleistocene mammals have been recovered along the canal, most notably being the type specimen of Mammuthus columbi.
Mammuthus specimens in Michigan, on the other hand, number only 47 (Figure 4).
Remains of other extinct mammals recovered from these sediments include Mammuthus and Bison.
As a result of paleontological field surveys, remains of Mammuthus, Cuvieronius, Eremotherium, Glyptotherium, Equus, Odocoileus, and Bison have been recovered (Carbot-Chanona et al.
Taxonomic Allocation--The systematics of species of Mammuthus is presently unstable.
Large mammals recovered thus far include adult and juvenile Mammuthus columbi, multiple individuals of Bison sp.