The Mammoth is an enormous carcass of a prehistoric animal located in Grizzlies West, Ambarino. While most of it is either covered partially or completely by snow, its long and curved tusks stand proudly above the snowy landscape.
- Its exact location on the map is slightly north of where Deadboot Creek and Spider Gorge meet.
- The remains of this mammoth are likely not from the more famous Woolly mammoth (Mammuthus primigenius), and are instead more likely the remains of the slightly less famous, but larger Columbian Mammoth (Mammuthus columbi). While its fossils have been discovered in Pleistocene-aged sites in North America, the Woolly mammoth was actually more common in Eurasia. However, the Columbian mammoth was by far the most common species of prehistoric elephant in North America, during the Pleistocene, with its remains being found from the tundras of Alaska down to the deserts of Mexico.