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When did the wooly mammoth go extinct?


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The last of the world's mainland population of Woolly Mammoths disappeared from Siberia roughly 9650 years ago, but a small island population endured on Wrangel Island, Russia, until 1650 BCE, roughly 3600 years ago.

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