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) ) ( C olumbian mammoths weighed as much as 10 tons and stood nearly 14 feet high at the shoulder, taller than the woolly mammoths T E X A S ( Waco Waco or modern-day elephants. ¶ The largest known concentration of Columbian mammoths dying from the same event is in Waco, Tex. Researchers continue to investigate the site, hoping to discover more about how the mammoths lived and how they died. ¶ Construction is underway to build a protective structure over the remains of several of the mammoths. Visitors will be able to see the remains as they were originally excavated. www.boyslife.org/links/wacomammoth —Charlotte Huff If still alive today, the Columbian mammoths would dwarf just about everything — even a teenage Scout.
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