Is the Woolly Mammoth Alive?_Featured_, Cryptozoology, Featured Videos Thursday, February 9th, 2012
A controversial piece of video was released from a Russian government engineer showing what appears to be a reddish coated elephant sized creature with long tusks or woolly mammoth which was believed to be extinct.
The footage was taken in the Chukotka Autonomous Okrug area of Siberia during the summer. The Russian man who took the footage said he wanted to remain anonymous but wanted to point out to everyone that woolly mammoths are still alive in vast unexplored areas around Siberia.
The woolly mammoths existed up through 3,500 years ago and during the last ice age 10,000 years ago but they may have all died by freezing, some with undigested buttercups in their stomachs. Some theorize the freeze was sudden due to a pole shift. Evidence for this was discussed in the book Pole Shift by John White where scientists found that mammoths did not have sebaceous glands to protect them from cold temperatures which would indicate they did not live in cold climates. In the last few decades however scientists have changed their story which has been mass “copycat” propagated over the internet.