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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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The trail of fossilized mammoth tracks is in central Oregon and over a stretch of about 65 feet, researchers found evidence that an adult mammoth was limping on its left side and two young, non-injured mammoths were backtracking out of concern for their comrade.
IBM has announced that Mammoth Resorts, the leading four-season mountain resort operator in California, is using Watson Customer Engagement solutions on the IBM Cloud to create customized offers that are helping to drive record numbers of visitors to the resort every year.
18 April 2017 - California, USA-based mountain resort operator Mammoth Resorts has entered into a definitive agreement to be acquired by a newly formed entity controlled by affiliates of Colorado, US-based mountain resort operator Aspen Skiing Co, L.
The mammoth is almost 72 degrees North," says study coauthor Vladimir Pitulko, an archaeologist at the Institute for the History of Material Culture of the Russian Academy of Sciences in St.
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MOSKOVA (CyHAN)- Russian scientists undertaking an exploratory expedition on the Lyakhovsky Islands have discovered woolly mammoth remains including skin and tusk, which they believe suitable for obtaining the DNA necessary to clone the animal.
NEW YORK -- Scientists are getting their best look yet at the DNA code for the woolly mammoth, thanks to work that could be a step toward bringing back the extinct beast.
From approximately 40,000 to 15,000 years ago, human campsites from Siberia to central Europe contained tremendous numbers of mammoth bones, sometimes from more than 100 individual pachyderms.
What's the difference between a mammoth and a mastodon?
British and Swedish researchers sequenced DNA from 88 samples of mammoth bone, tooth and tusk, looking for a signature in the genetic code that is handed down on the maternal line.
WITH her trunk and much of her fur still intact, this woolly mammoth doesn't look bad for a 39,000-year-old.
Summary: Ancient mammoth skeleton discovered in Milpa Alpa, Mexico City.