Mammoth and mastodon behavior was less roam, more stay-at-home

According to research conducted by the University of Cincinnati, the fuzzy relatives of modern-day elephants liked living in greater Cincinnati long before it became the trendy hot spot it is today - at the end of the last Ice Age. A study led by Brooke Crowley, an assistant professor of geology and anthropology, shows the ancient proboscideans enjoyed the area to such an extent that they probably resided there year round and were not the nomadic migrants as previously thought. Read more.