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MAMMOTH TOE BONE - about 20,000 years old - Dredged from the North Sea floor

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TOE BONE OF A
WOOLLY MAMMOTH

About 20,000 years old
 
Dogger Bank, North Sea


A good example of a mammoth toe bone. It
 was dredged from the Dogger Bank on the North Sea floor.

During the coldest periods of the Ice Age the North Sea was dry land and occupied by herds of large mammals. 
  
Ice Age bones are relatively young in geological terms and not completely fossilised. It has therefore been treated with a preservative.
 
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Size:  9 x 6 x 6 centimetres
Weight: 252 grams

PRICE: £40.00
MAMMOTH TOE BONE -  about 20,000 years old - Dredged from the North Sea floor
MAMMOTH TOE BONE -  about 20,000 years old - Dredged from the North Sea floor MAMMOTH TOE BONE -  about 20,000 years old - Dredged from the North Sea floor MAMMOTH TOE BONE -  about 20,000 years old - Dredged from the North Sea floor MAMMOTH TOE BONE -  about 20,000 years old - Dredged from the North Sea floor