Wild Game of Ice Age Arctic Lived in Pastures Year ‘Round Near Warm Ocean Shorelines Brown in Winter as Elsewhere


We always hear about the “woolly” mammoths (hairier elephants) of the Ice Age Arctic (and farther south), many of their carcasses entombed in muck deposited when the Ice Age ended then frozen, with the evidence predictable that much vegetation had been there, along with many other mammals of various sizes, which proves that the land had been clear of snow year ’round during the Ice Age, that is the land which was near the ocean much warmer in the aftermath of Noah’s Flood.