When did the wooly mammoth became extinct?

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10.000 BC
1650 BC
1000 AD
The woolly mammoth was the last among mammoth species. They have vanished from Europe and southern Siberia about 10,000 years ago, but a small pop­u­la­tion survived on St. Paul Island, Alaska, up until 3750 BC, and the small mammoths of Wrangel Island survived until 1650 BC. They were still around when the Egyptian Pytamids were being built.

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flagFinland
0%
10%
90%
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flagthe United Arab Emirates
9%
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flagItaly
15%
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69%
7%
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flagthe Netherlands
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42%
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flagthe United Kingdom
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38%
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flagthe United States
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flagRussia
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flagPoland
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flagGermany
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3%
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flagSweden
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flagRepublic of Ireland
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flagUnknown
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3%
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Gender

men33%
women33%
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1650 BC
33%
34%
1000 AD
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