From University of Washington College of Engineering:
The College of Engineering and Burke Museum partner on a 3-D scan-and-print project of mammoth proportions.
Over 13,000 years ago, giant Columbian Mammoths roamed North America, from the northern United States to Costa Rica. Standing 13 feet at the shoulders and weighing between 18,000–22,000 pounds, with tusks that could reach 14 feet in length, these were the largest species of mammoths. They existed alongside early humans and were the last of their kind to walk the earth.