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Mammuthus meridionalis, or the southern mammoth, is an extinct species of mammoth native to Europe and Central Asia from the Gelasian stage of the Early Pleistocene, living from 2.5–0.8 millions years ago.
It was a time classified among the elephants. Filippo Nesti, the first to have described it, in 1825, believed it to be closer to current elephants and therefore gave it the name of Elephas meridionalis. For a while it was also called Archidiskodon meridionalis, Mammuthus gromovi, Mammuthus meridionalis vestinus and Mammuthus meridionalis voigtstedtensis.