Mammoths on Ice

I have been writing a lot about extinct proboscideans lately, but when it comes to essays about elephants and their extinct relatives John McKay can’t be beat. His latest is about various representations of mammoths locked in ice and is a must-read. (He even references one of the worst movies I have ever seen, Mammoth.) John promises that he has “lots more to say about this topic”, too, so keep your fingers crossed for a sequel to his wonderful essay.

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