He died 13,000 years ago. That is about 1,000 years before humans arrived in North America. His bones are now in Casper Wyoming.

The bones were found by a Wyoming farmer who's tractor dug up the bones while plowing.

In this interview with JP Cavigelli at the Tate Museum at Casper College we find out as much as we know so far about the beast that is being studied at Casper College.

Apparently the animal was old who had worn his teeth down until he could not chew anymore. One theory is that is what might have led to his demise.

The interview, above, tells all we know, so far, about this old Wyoming animal. The largest known Woolly Mammoth on Earth.