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Mammoths lethally addicted to salted peanuts



Scientist now believe that the Ice Age beasts died of thirst due to a combination of Pleistocene pretzels and cheap margaritas. The last of the mammoths is thought to have died 4,000 years ago, having stubbornly refused to ask for someone to pass a chilled can of Dr. Pepper.


The woolly mammoths would devour sacks of popcorn while watching their favourite movie - the ironically titled 'Ice Age' – but would then forget that bottle tops are not trunk-friendly. One scientist explained: 'For creatures with a good memory they seemed to forget that covering everything in soy sauce is bad idea.’


The fate of mammoths remains a warning to other species - don't wear furs in the summer, currant buns are still high in sodium and if you weigh 6 tonnes, avoid spicy food.



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