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Re: Quaternary Park?



In a message dated 7/9/98 3:11:08 AM Eastern Daylight Time, qilongia@yahoo.com
writes:

<< Only the species *M. imperator* (I believe) managed to don the wooly coat,
while the others may have been as bare as Indian elephants. >>

Mammuthus primigenus is also woolly.  It's been found extensively in Russia,
Europe and in the US.  In fact, most illustrations of the "Woolly mammoth"
depict M. primigenus.