My Singing Monsters

MSM Bio:

Mammotts’ luxurious fur ensures that these Cold elementals are never chilly. Tangles, however, are an ongoing issue. Their resonant anthem celebrates blizzards and frosted windows. Mammotts do not shovel snow.

MSM Composer Bio:

The Mammott makes use of its gruff, rumbly bass voice when performing. Its versatile vocal chords allow it to create sustained notes, as well as shorter, emphatic bursts of notes.


A vaguely humanoid monster with no neck, the Mammott has two yellow eyes and a large mouth, but no visible nose. White fur covers most of its body,  except for its three pink fingers and toes. The Mammott resembles the yeti, a relatively well-known cryptid, or its cousin, the bigfoot.

When the monster is idle, it stays in tempo by jerking its arms, standing on its toes, and periodically smiling.


Audio sample:
Memory Audio E

The Mammott's contribution to an island's song is a deep, rumbly bass vocal line that goes "bum" or "heyyooo" (Air Island Song). When the Mammott sings its first part of the Plant Island song, it sings the word "hum" before the word "bum". The notes that it sings on plant island are "C, D E-flat! A-flat, G!". On Tribal Island, it sings "A-flat A-flat A-flat, C C C, B-flat B-flat B-flat, B-flat B-flat B-flat".


The Mammott is available in the Market at Level 2 and is purchasable with coins. They can also be produced by breeding an unstable combination between a Mammott and a monster with more than one element.

On Shugabush Island, the Mammott must either be purchased with diamonds or teleported from any other island it is found on (not including Gold) once it reaches level 15.

Earning Rate and Maximum Income

Earning rate is in coins per hour and depends on Happiness % (Likes increase Happiness), also each monster has a limit to how much income it can hold at a time. Increasing the monster's level increases the limit.

Level Per Minute Coins 2.0 Maximum Coins 2.0
0% Happiness 25% Happiness 50% Happiness 75% Happiness 100% Happiness
1 3 3 4 5 6 30
2 5 6 7 8 10 48
3 7 8 10 12 14 72
4 10 12 15 17 20 96
5 12 15 18 21 24 120
6 14 17 21 24 28 144
7 17 21 25 29 34 168
8 19 23 28 33 38 192
9 22 27 33 38 44 216
10 24 30 36 42 48 240
11 26 32 39 45 52 264
12 29 36 43 50 58 288
13 31 38 46 54 62 312
14 34 42 51 59 68 336
15 36 45 54 63 72 360
16 37 46 55 64 74 378
17 39 48 58 68 78 393
18 40 50 60 70 80 404
19 41 51 61 71 82 413
20 41 51 61 71 82 417

Feeding Monsters

Each monster needs to be fed four times before it reaches the next level. Increasing the monster's level increases the coins earned per minute, as well as the maximum coins earned.

The food per level table:
Level Food Per Feeding x4 Food to Level Up Total food to reach this Level
1 5 20 -
2 10 40 20
3 20 80 60
4 40 160 140
5 80 320 300
6 160 640 620
7 320 1,280 1,260
8 640 2,560 2,540
9 1,280 5,120 5,100
10 2,560 10,240 10,220
11 5,120 20,480 20,460
12 10,240 40,960 40,940
13 20,480 81,920 81,900
14 40,960 163,840 163,820
15 61,440 245,760 327,660
16 92,160 368,640 573,420
17 138,240 552,960 942,060
18 207,360 829,440 1,495,020
19 311,040 1,244,160 2,324,460
20 - - 3,568,620

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Every monster has different things that they like. For every unique object that they like that's placed near the monster (if not using a Unity Tree), the monster's happiness will increase by 25%. Placing two of the same liked item near a monster will still only increase happiness by 25%. Below are the things liked by Mammott:

See the Likes page to view a complete list of all monsters' likes.

Wublin Egg Consumption

While trying to breed other monsters (particularly monsters with a very low chance of breeding), the following Wublins can be used to "dispose of" Mammott eggs immediately instead of putting them into a Nursery and having that Nursery not be available.

Monster EggWublin 1Wublin 2
Mammott Egg
10 eggs8 eggs

Note that bred monster eggs can only be "disposed of" into inactive Wublin statues; active Wublins do not accept monster eggs. Also note that inactive Wublin statues to which you have already disposed the number of Mammott eggs that Wublin accepts, will no longer be available as a "recycle bin" for such eggs.


Some items to take into consideration when designing your island by strategy are number of beds for the monster, rate of income per bed, max income per bed, and time for max income to be reached. The income below is for level 15:

Number of Beds 1
Rate of Income High 72
Rate of Income Low 36
Max Income 360
Rate of Income per Bed High 72
Rate of Income per Bed Low 36
Max Income per Bed 360
Time to Max Income @ High 5 minutes
Time to Max Income @ Low 10 minutes

Name Origin

The name "Mammott"  may come from the already extinct Mammoth , because of the furry coats and affinity to cold that both the monster and the ancient creature have.

Rare Version

Rare Mammott

     Main Article: Rare Monsters

Rares are special versions of monsters that are only available to buy and breed on weekends. Each weekend a different rare is available to buy or breed. Unlike most types of Rare Monsters, breeding Rare Single-Element Monsters requires any combination where both of its parents possess the key element of the regular counterpart.

However, like all other Rare Monsters, the breeding time is longer, the "likes" are different, and the earning rates are higher. Rare Monsters are not yet available in the Windows version of the game.

Find out more about the rare version of the Mammott on the Rare Mammott page.

Special Occasions

     Main Article: Special Occasions

Halloween Mammott


Mammott Pirate
During the Halloween season of October, all Mammotts (on all the islands) changed into pirate Mammotts, with a white and red striped shirt, an eye patch, and a gold tooth as part of the Plant Island Halloween celebration. In the 2014 celebration, Mammotts also have added pirate accessories such as a hook-hand and a pirate hat with a Jolly Roger on it, and it looks like his shirt may have suffered some wear over the years, since it is missing a sleeve - but on the same side as his hook-hand, might the sleeve have been cut off in the same early 2014 battle!? Arrr, the life of a pirate is not an easy one, yet our Mammott smiles still (gold tooth a'twinkling).

In the Halloween Season of 2015, the Mammott painted itself into a spooky skeleton! Boo! This was repeated for 25th October 2016.


Santa Mammott still

You better not shout. You better not cry. You better not pout. I'm telling you why. Mammott Claus is coming to town! From December 12th 2014 to probably January 5th 2015, all Mammotts dressed up as Santa. Ho ho ho. The Santa costume consists of a Santa hat, a Santa suit, a black belt with a yellow buckle, and large black boots to fit its huge feet.

Despite one of the 2015 Christmas Daily Deals relating to Tapjoy offers showing a Mammott in a Santa costume with a wide open smile, in the game itself, the Mammott did not wear this costume in 2015.


  • The Mammott dressed as a conductor, sometimes featured in MSM videos
  • Proto-Mammott as a "Sharkmott"
  • Mammott in Pixel Dodgers
  • Another Mammott in Pixel Dodgers
  • The Mammott and the Furcorn both share one of the main mascots of the My Singing Monsters franchise.
  • With the iOS app update from version 1.0.2 to 1.0.3, the game icon changed from the Furcorn to the Mammott. However, in the Version 1.4.0 update, this has changed back to a single Furcorn.
  • The Mammott is the star of the game My Mammott.
  • Apparently, the translation of "Mammott" in the French version of My Singing Monsters means "Mammoth guy".
  • To correctly pronounce "Mammott", simply say it in the way you would say for "mammoth" but with a t sound instead of a hard th.
  • Before the final drawing of the Mammott shape, it was drawn as what looks like a shark. In another video of some of the "Behind the scene" My Singing Monster action, there was a Mammott with the same teeth as the shark prototype.
  • "Mammut" is the scientific name for the Mastodon, an extinct elephant-like creature, similar to mammoths and elephants.
  • The Mammott has only three fingers on each hand, making it difficult to prevent ambiguity when using the "pointing gesture".
  • Sometimes in Plant Island, a trombone can be heard after the "ba-bum" lyric.
Mamott in pixel dodgers

Mamott in pixel dodgers

  • The Mammott makes an appearance in Big Blue Bubble's game "Pixel Dodgers".
    • The Mammott idle animation is the Mammott moving its arms and feet up and down, as well as the music speech bubble moving in and out.
    • The Mammott "death" animation is basically the Mammott making a heart-felt gesture and slowly turning into a Mammott egg.
    • It's odd how the Mammott hums the rest of a sound. Mammotts don't have noses, so they should not be able to hum.

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