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Wolly Mammoth
NOUN (PLURAL) [1]_______________________ VERB ENDING IN "ED" [12]_______________________
NOUN [2]_______________________ ADJECTIVE [13]_______________________
NOUN (PLURAL) [3]_______________________ NOUN (PLURAL) [14]_______________________
ADJECTIVE [4]_______________________ NOUN [15]_______________________
OCCUPATION (PLURAL) [5]_______________________ PLACE [16]_______________________
NOUN (PLURAL) [6]_______________________ NUMBER [17]_______________________
ANIMAL (PLURAL) [7]_______________________ NOUN [18]_______________________
ADJECTIVE [8]_______________________ ADJECTIVE [19]_______________________
NOUN (PLURAL) [9]_______________________ NOUN [20]_______________________
TYPE OF MATERIAL [10]_______________________ NOUN [21]_______________________
BODY PART (PLURAL) [11]_______________________


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Woolly mammoths are perhaps the best known           [1]           of the           [2]           Age. Much is known about their appearance because           [3]           have been found preserved in           [4]           ground in Siberia, and wall pictures by stone-age           [5]           can be seen today in ancient European           [6]          . Woolly mammoths grew to about the size of present-day Asiatic           [7]          , possessed           [8]           coats consisting of long, brown guard           [9]           and soft underwool, large curved           [10]           tusks, and knob-like           [11]          .

They once           [12]           the           [13]           parts of Eurasia and North America, feeding on plants such as grasses,           [14]          , and shrubs. One of the best preserved Canadian specimens consists of most of an entire           [15]           from           [16]           in the Yukon Territory. It died there about           [17]           years ago, according to a radiocarbon           [18]          . Their           [19]           coats and heavy layers of           [20]           fitted them for life in cold,           [21]          -like conditions.
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