What did the woolly mammoth eat?

Answer According to The Big Zoo, mammuthus primigenius, better known as the woolly mammoth, a pre-historic elephant-like animal, was a herbivore and ate 700 pounds of vegetation a day. It fed by wrapping ... Read More »

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Is a woolly mammoth a dinosaur?

The now-extinct woolly mammoths, which lived during the Pleistocene Epoch, were not dinosaurs. Woolly mammoths belonged to the Elephantidae family of mammals, which also includes African and Indian... Read More »

Is the woolly mammoth a dinosaur?

The woolly mammoth was a mammal and not a dinosaur. The woolly mammoth was much like the modern day elephant, but possessed a thick coat of hair as an adaptation for living in cold climates. The wo... Read More »

What Do White Woolly Worms Eat?

White woolly worms, which grow into the Isabella tiger moth, have varied diets. For most of the winter they are hidden underground, and it is mainly in the summer and fall that they feast. They eat... Read More »

How to Raise a Woolly Bear?

In late September and especially in October, you may find an abundance of woolly bears crawling all over the place. If you do, you may want to raise it until it becomes an Isabella Tiger Moth. Here... Read More »