China's largest fossilized mammoth was unearthed at the Zhalainuoer Coal Mine in Hulun Buir City, Inner Mongolia. When put together to restore its bone structure, the mammoth is 4.7 meters high and 9 meters long and has a 3.1-meter long fore tooth. It weighed more than eight tons when it was alive, according to estimates. It was known as a Giant Chinese mammoth. It lived about 100,000 to 10,000 years ago.