Arrie Mammoth
Woolly Mammoth (Mammuthus primigenius) at
Arrie site in Sweden

dead elephant ☨ ⚪ Arrie Mammoth  dead elephant
Taxidermy locationLund Zoological Museum, Lund, Sweden


Museum accession number Lzzz 3055


Species:Woolly Mammoth (Mammuthus primigenius)
Sex and age:, unknown age
Characteristics: 2 tusks
Born:* ca 15,900 years ago wild
Birth place: in Europe unspecified location
Dead: ca 15,900 years ago
Death location: Arrie site
Death reason: unknown:
Locations - owners
Present / last location:Arrie site, in Sweden

Date of arrival

Arrie site
Record history
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2021-09-26: Born in Europe
(most likely)

Latest document update2021-09-26 18:07:25
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† Arrie Mammoth is a dead fossil Woolly Mammoth (Mammuthus primigenius), , who died at Arrie site, in Sweden, .

Museum locationThe Museum specimen remains of this animal is within the collection at Lund Zoological Museum, in Lund, Sweden, since 1934-00-00.


Arrie Mammoth was born wild at Europe unspecified location.

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The Lockarp find has been radiocarbon-dated to c. 15,900 years ago [11], showing that the woolly mammoth was part of the periglacial fauna inhabiting Scania during a short time period while the ice sheet was melting.

Reference list


Koehl, Dan, (2023). Arrie Mammoth, Woolly Mammoth (Mammuthus primigenius) located at Lund Zoological Museum in Sweden. Elephant Encyclopedia, available online retrieved 5 December 2023 at (archived at the Wayback machine)

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