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Mammuthus_Imperator

Mammuthus Imperator

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Restoration of Mammuthus Imperator

Characteristics
Era Cenozoic
Period Pliocene - Pleistocene
Living Period 4.9 million — 11,000 years ago
Region North America
Size Height: 4.9 m
First Appearance Chapter 111

Description

The Imperial Mammoth (Mammuthus imperator) is an extinct species of mammoth endemic to North America from the Pliocene through Pleistocene, living from 4.9 mya - 11,000 years ago, existing for approximately 4.889 million years. It was said to be the second-largest known species of mammoth after the Songhua River Mammoth (Mammuthus sungari), and the largest on the Western Hemisphere. M. imperator ranged from Canada to New Mexico about 4.6 million - 17,000 years ago (Late Pleistocene). Excellent fossils of the Imperial Mammoth have been found in the La Brea Tar Pits, in southern California.

Shirou's History Fact

Information will be released at Volume 13

Chronology

Pyramid arc

Prominent Animals
ChimeraChimera IIErnestMr. Lucky
Extinct Animals
AmmonoideaAncient TicksAnomalochelysArctodus SimusArgentavisAlectroenas NitidissimaAmbulocetusAndrewsarchus Mongoliensis ArsinoitheriumBasilosaurusBos PrimigeniusCanis DirusChalicotheriumCheirolepisCrassigyrinusCyclotosaurusDiatrymaEntelodonEumegamysEusmilusEusthenopteronGerrothoraxGigantopithecusGlyptodonHarpagornis MooreiHoloptychiusHyaenodonHypsognathusHyracotheriumIchthyornisIctitheriumIschyromysKannemeyeriaLystrosaurusMacraucheniaMammuthus ImperatorMegaladapis EdwardsiMeganeura MonyiMegatherium AmericanumMeiolaniaMesohippusMoeritheriumNecrolemurNemegtbaatar GobiensisNotharctus ParaceratheriumPristichampusPropleopusPtilodus RodhocetusSmilodonTitanis WalleriTriadobatrachusUnknown Extinct Animals

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