These majestic creatures remind us of a hairy elephant and the magnet displays two Woolly Mammoths trudging through a snowstorm.
Michael Oard, writer of Frozen in Time, provides a solution to what happened to the Woolly Mammoths, a problem that has stumped and confused paleontologists for years. He quotes,
“They would have required extra food to keep themselves warm. In addition to suffering from the cold, the ice sheets were melting and causing occasional superfloods. They also had to contend with gigantic dust storms, boggy ground from permafrost at the edge of the ice sheets, drought, grass fires, etc. The woolly mammoth and other large herbivores would be especially hard hit, partly because they required so much more food and water. They would be tottering on the edge of extinction within a short time. Carnivores and carrion birds would have their fill for a time, but as their food source died, it would be their turn to go extinct. The end–Ice Age mass extinctions were selective in that mainly large animals went extinct.”
If you want to learn more about this topic, check out the book Frozen in Time by Michael Oard, sold on the Creation Superstore!