Mammoths (also called Woolly Mammoths, Mastodons or very rarely Mammothsauruses or Elephants) are a species of trunked mammals which existed during the Stone Age featured in the franchise of The Flintstones and were quite possibly one its most important and recurring animals, alongside the Brontosaurus.


Mammoths were large burly animals with a long trunk nose, big ears and a shaggy coat of fur, hence the name "Woolly Mammoth", although some had a little less shaggier fur than others. Most mammoths also sported two tusks of varying sizes. They also came in a wide assortment of colors, ranging from brown, gray, purple, red, blue, purple and even the rare green. Most mammoths were intelligent enough to speak either among themselves or to cavemen, while others were no smarter than any ordinary animal.

The most notable mammoth character was Wooly, Pebbles Flintstone's pet woolly mammoth from The Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm Show.


Elephant Shower - The Jetsons Meet The Flintstones

A mammoth shower from The Jetsons Meet the Flintstones.

They were quite possibly the most useful animal of the Stone Age, having almost unlimited uses for cavemen in all things like work, daily life, transportation, for sustenance or even as pets, in fact the only thing they couldn't do was fly.

Culinary Uses

Mammoth Milk - Kleptomaniac Pebbles

Mammoth milk from "Kleptomaniac Pebbles".

Much like brontosauruses and pterodactyls, mammoth meat had just as many uses in cooking, with mammoth ribs, mammoth pizza and mastodon burgers being quite popular (although not as popular as the bronto variants) but mastodon meatballs were always a prime choice. Their most valuable culinary use though was for their milk production, with homogenized mammoth milk being the most common milk product in Bedrock.


The Flintstones - F Letter Logo
The Flintstones has a collection of images and media related to Mammoth.
Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.