Desert Mammoth

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The desert mammoth is anything but mammoth. It stands approximately two feet tall with ivory tusks of up to a foot long as an adult. It uses these tusks to gore lizards and mice and feeds upon them. It does not much resemble the mammoth of earthly legend except for the tusks. Its nose is broad and slit thrice, and it has a wide tail which sweeps behind it, extinguishing its tracks as it travels.

 

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