Woolly mammoths are ice aged beasts, now extinct.

They had several adaptations to the cold, most noticeably the layer of fur covering all parts of the body.

Other adaptations to cold weather include ears that are far smaller than those of modern elephants.

Their skin was no thicker than that of present-day elephants, between 1.25 and 2.5 cm.

They had a layer of fat up to 10 cm (3.9 in) thick under the skin, which helped to keep them warm. 

Well sculpted replica, measures 7.1''L x 5.3''H.

EOL: Ages 3+