27.Wolly Mammoth 28.Sri Lankan Elephant 29.Indian Elephant 30.Anancus 31.Jeffersonian Mammoth 32.Mammuthus Intermedius 33.Stegodon Zdanskyi 34.Southern Mammoth 35.Columbian Mammoth … The Imperial Mammoth (Mammuthus imperator) was a massive Ice Age beast, the largest mammoth that ever lived in North America.
Imperial Mammoth Dominions Forbidden Mountains Book Journey to Chandara Length 20 feet Wingspan N/A Notable individuals N/A The Imperial Mammoth (Mammuthus imperator) is a large species of mammoth reaching a height of 4.9 m (16 ft) at the shoulder. Learn more about … The Imperial Mammoth … A dozen other mammoth species existed in North America and Eurasia during the Pleistocene epoch—including Mammuthus trogontherii, the steppe mammoth; Mammuthus imperator, the imperial mammoth; and Mammuthus columbi, the Columbian mammoth—but none of them had as wide a distribution as their woolly relative. The genus Mammuthus includes a number of several species, of which the best known is the woolly mammoth.There are also the steppe mammoth,imperial mammoth, dwarf mammoths,columbian mammoth, songhua river mammoth and wrangel islands woolly mammoth. The woolly, Northern, or Siberian mammoth (Mammuthus primigenius) is by far the best-known of all mammoths. The Columbian mammoth (Mammuthus columbi), or Imperial mammoth, was a species of mammoth which lived late in the Pleistocene period. The imperial mammoth is usually associated with finds within the United States of America, but remains are also known from as far as Southern Mexico and Canada. As such the imperial mammoth covered a broad geographical range much like its counterpart the Columbian mammoth… It was one of the largest prehistoric mammals. It is slightly larger than its more famous cousin, the Woolly Mammoth. It, also, had the longest tusks of the ancient elephants, with some measuring over 14ft (5M) in length. It is a contemporary of the Columbian Mammoth and a descendant of Mammuthus meridionalis, an earlier species that migrated across the Bering Land Bridge into North America around one million years ago. Its remains have been found in Canada, the United States, Nicaragua and Mexico.. The Columbian mammoth went extinct at the end of the ice ages about 11,000 years ago.
The Columbian mammoth ranged through southern North America and into Mexico before becoming extinct about 12,500 years ago – close to the time humans first migrated into North America. It shared the fate of many other large mammals, whose extinction is attributed to hunting … (Painting by Zdenek Burian ) The Columbian Mammoth (sometimes refered to as Colombian Mammoth) lived in Northern America (from Alaska, and the Yukon, across the mid-western United States south into Mexico and Central America) during Middle and Late Pleistocene, and they disappeared about 12 thousands years ago. File:MAMMOTH … Mammoth, any member of an extinct group of elephants found as fossils in Pleistocene and Holocene deposits on several continents.
The Columbian Mammoth had a height of 14ft (4.3M) and weighed as much as 8 to 10 tons. M. imperator lives in the Forbidden Mountains. Columbian Mammoth.