IvoryAndArt Mammoth Ivory is very high quality and all the Ivory came from the ancient Woolly Mammoth.
IvoryAndArt collection of Mammoth Ivory is of the highest standard, procured from extinct Woolly Mammoth, which makes it legal worldwide.
It was in 1799, that for the first time a Russian fisherman found a fossilized mammoth carcass and chopped out the ivory to sell it. Even today, mammoth ivory can be found in the cold regions of Arctic and Siberia. Mammoth Ivory has filled in the void left by the ban on Elephant ivory.
Woolly mammoths were contemporaries of Early Man. Hunted by humans for meat, skin and ivory for food and clothing, Woolly mammoths were herbivorous. The sudden extinction of Woolly mammoths has been studied and researched, showing that it was a result of sudden climatic changes during the end of the Ice Age. Over hunting may have been a factor in their extinction 10,000 years ago.
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