A new study has shown that some Ice Age mammals survived much longer than previously thought. While it is easy to imagine that giant Ice Age mammals such as the woolly mammoth died out long before the advent of human civilization, research in recent years has shown that these animals survived much longer than anyone had realized. The results of a ten-year study have yielded evidence to suggest that mammoths had still been roaming the wilds of mainland Siberia as recently as 3,900 years ago. This means that these animals were still around after the construction of the Great Pyramid of Giza.
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