Were woolly mammoths driven to extinction because it was TOO WET? Melting icebergs wiped out the grass, flowers and plants — the animals' only food source — and led to their demise, study claims | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED X-Frame-Options: SAMEORIGIN

Were woolly mammoths driven to extinction because it was TOO WET? Melting icebergs wiped out the grass, flowers and plants — the animals' only food source — and led to their demise, study claims

Woolly mammoths may have been driven to extinction not by human hunting but as a result of the climate becoming too wet, a new study has proposed.

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