The Mystery of Wooly Mammoths

Millions of wooly mammoths once lived around the world, particularly in extremely cold places. These elephantine creatures present a major mystery for secular scientists. Why is that? How could wooly mammoths survive the frigid climate of an ice age? And where would they find a sufficient food supply?


Other episodes in this series:

Hiding from God in the Multiverse

The Ice Age

Do Deep Ice Cores Prove an Old Earth?

Genesis and Climate Change



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