A complete Mammoth fossil
|Parts|| Mammoth Torso|
|Appearances||Animal Crossing Animal Crossing: City Folk|
|Real Life||pic. here|
The Mammoth is a set of fossils that have appeared in every game of the series.
If you donate this complete set to the Museum, Blathers will say this:
 Animal Crossing
"Will wonders never cease? Blathers, your eyes must be failing you... No! It IS true! The mammoth! It's complete! Hoo, I say! Hootie hoo! Phenomenal! Sensational! A truly grand occurrence! Welcome to cloud nine! Blathers, compose yourself... Now then, where to begin? Mammoths... Yes, mammoths... The wooliest of woolies... They are, of course mammals, and ones that lived much, much later than the dinosaurs, wot wot. Pleistocene earth was their home, and they are firmly established in our minds as creatures of the Ice Age. Mammoths ranged in height from 6 feet to 14 feet at the shoulder. The wooly mammoth is their most famous species. The last of the mammoths died out some 10,000 years ago, which coincides with the ascent of man. It is, perhaps, the first animal whose extinction was contributed to by man. Though certainly not the last. Humans can truly be the most thoughtless and callous of creatures when they think only of themselves! Hoo! I say again: HOO! Oh, dear! I wasn't referring to you personally. No offense intended. Temper, temper!"
 Animal Crossing: Wild World
"It resembled an elephant and only became extinct a mere 10,000 years ago! This shaggy beast lived in the ice age and developed pronounced tusks, wot wot? Yes, it used them to scrape ice and snow to get to the plants that it fed on! Ah. Hoo. I'm so very sorry. I'm rather a mammoth blabbermouth myself, wot."
 Animal Crossing: City Folk
"The mammoth only went extinct recently. These elephant relaives died off a mere 10,000 years ago. Not so long ago, eh wot? Their herbivorous diet and arctic range has led to much speculation... Many believe they developed strong tusks to scrape through snow and ice to search for food!"
 Mammoth Bones
|Name||HRA Points||Selling Price||Available|
|Mammoth Torso||1,000 Points||2,500 Bells||Underground|
|Mammoth Skull||1,000 Points||3,000 Bells||Underground|
- The Mammoth is the smallest set of fossils with only two pieces for completion.
 Real Life
The Mammoth is believed to be made extinct just 8,000 years ago due to the changing climate of the Earth. Mammoth Skeletons and Fossils were found in Siberia.