Mammoths are predecessors of elephant. They have been extinct and their remains were found all over the planet.
Recently two farmer named James Bristle and Trent Satterthwaite accidentally dug up woolly mammoth in their field.
They hit a wood like structure while digging in their filed.
These farmers working to drain water from their field. When they dug 8 feet, they hit a wood like structure. After digging a little more, they found woolly mammoth skeleton.
According to Dan Fisher, a professor from University of Michigan, this giant was in its 40s or 50s. He further added that this giant might be hunted and missing parts might be consumed by humans.
Fisher also said that the found mammoth is not "woolly" but its a "Jeffersonian mammoth".