Prehistoric bison metatarsal bones
The fully intact metatarsal (front ‘hand bone’) of the now extinct Steppe Bison. Found near the Brown Banks in the North Sea, this Priscus Bison bone dates to a time when the area was grazing land for Woolly Mammoth, Woolly Rhino and bison.
Dating from the Pleistocene, circa 100,000 years old.
The colour of these bones vary and the one you recieve may be lighter or darker than those shown. If you have a colour preference, just let us know in the ‘notes’ on your order.
Measurements are approximate and the minimum size you should expect your fossil to be. Price includes a small display stand.
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