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Is the wooly mammoth really extinct? Scientists believe that the last of the giant hairy ancestors of the modern elephant died around 1700 BCE, but northern explorers claimed to have seen living mammoths in Alaska in 1899, and in the frozen wastes of Siberia in 1920.
With modern technology, it's doubtful that we would have missed several tons of elephant wandering around the tundra at this point, but there still are fuzzy elephants to be had in plush form. The Adventures in Bali Elephant Toy from Under the Nile isn't mammoth at all: he's a perfect crib-sized, fuzzy companion for your child, whether you live way up north, way down south, or somewhere in between. The Elephant plush has a floppy body designed to be easy for babies to hold, and teething babies will love chewing on his ears, nose, and "feet." Plus, he has the adorable "Adventures in Bali" print: stacks of colorful elephants on a white background. Made of 100% organic Egyptian cotton; machine wash/dry; 10" tall.
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