An animal whose ancestry can be traced all the way to modern elephants, woolly mammoths were shaggy giants in their day.
With tusks that could grow to 15 feet long, they were formidable creatures that moved in herds, just as today's elephants do. Their small ears and thick hides were adaptations to the colder world in which they found themselves.
They existed alongside homo sapiens, however, so they had to keep an eye out for early hunters. Still, the great beasts could not have been easy to hunt, given the rudimentary weapons available to the tribal attackers.
However, as we see here, the hunters were likely persistent, driven by hunger and a will to survive. And that did not bode well for the mammoth that crossed in their path.