Erm, it looks a little bit on the small side. I know it's shot from a distance but still... Also, why would the 'trunk' such a different colour from the body? I love how, with all the technology available these days, not one video of this kind of thing is anything like a decent quality .
Looks fake to me, as the supposed mammoth looks alot more blurry than anything infront or behind it. Besides, who would not try to get a better picture of a LIVING mammoth that you see out in a stream? I'd move so close so it would actually notice me then I'd start filming. Imagine the fame for having a clear, genuine video recording of a living mammoth, you'd be famous.
It's like claiming to have bigfoot's in your backyard regulary, but you never bother taking a picture of them, or try to get any evidence.
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Posted 08 February 2012 - 06:05 PM
Goodnite, on 08 February 2012 - 03:57 PM, said:
I sure as heck can't tell what it is, but is is on the smallish size for a mammoth.
Well, let's suggest a simple explanation for why it doesn't look like the Wooly mammoth's of picture books : Perhaps, like everything else, in the few thousand years since the last one was seen it changed due to evolution?
Or an even simpler explanation - it's a misidentified animal.
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