The reason for the extinction of mammoths may not be their hunting

The reason for the extinction of mammoths may not be their hunting


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Contrary to what was thought until now, Siberians of the Iron Age may have hunted mammoths infrequently and doing it only in certain cases in which, for example, they needed their fangs for hunting or tool-making. It is true that mammoth meat was eaten but it was not one of the main objectives.

Humans who lived between 33,500 and 31,500 years ago hunted animals mainly for their ivory, so hunting could not be the cause of the extinction of the mammoths, as reported by scientists in recent research.

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