Woolly Mammoth lower jaw and tooth
A fantastically preserved almost complete lower jaw section and a single tooth from a Mammathus primigenius , a species of Mammoth that was common throughout Europe in the Pleistocene epoch.
Found in unconsolidated sediment of the North Sea, this tooth and jaw section dates to a time when the area was low-lying grassland connecting the British Isles to the continent. From the Pleistocene, circa 100,000 years old.
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Width 45cm Height 40cm Depth 40cm
This item was in a private collection and has a white collection number on the jaw. We haven’t removed this as it isn’t considering a de-valuing characteristic.
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