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As in modern elephants, Most accounts of gut contents have identified coniferous twigs as the dominant element in their diet.
Other accounts (Burning tree mastodon) have reported no coniferous content and suggest selective feeding on low, herbaceous vegetation, implying a mixed browsing and grazing diet, The range of most species of Mammut is unknown as their occurrences are restricted to few localities, the exception being the American mastodon (M.
The change was met with resistance, and authors sometimes applied "Mastodon" as an informal name; consequently it became the common term for members of the genus. americanum, the American mastodon, the best known and the last species of Mammut.
Its earliest occurrences date from the early-middle Pliocene (early Blancan stage).
furlongi, named from remains found in the Juntura Formation of Oregon, dating from the late Miocene.
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