What is another word for mammoths?

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Mammoths are prehistoric animals that roamed the earth during the ice age. There are a few synonyms for this gigantic creature, and they include behemoth, giant, colossus, jumbo, and titan. These words all describe something or someone that is enormous in size and appearance. The word "behemoth" is often used to describe something that is massive or colossal, while "giant" and "colossus" are used to describe someone or something that is larger than life. "Jumbo" is a more colloquial term for something that is big or significant, while "titan" is used to describe someone or something that is powerful and influential. All these words capture the immense size and strength of the mammoths.

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    Mammoths probosces had aNotableBehind the longest among all animals of their time, these elongated noses and trunk were specialadaptations to deep snow. The mammoth's proboscis was a highlyspecialized organ that could extend up to 15 feet (4.5 meters), feeding mostly onunks and tundra plants. Females mammoths had fringes of hair on their bellies, while the males had large, curving tusks. Mammoths were fast movers and were able to cover long distances quickly.

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