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PART OF THE LOWER JAW OF A YOUNG MAMMOTH - About 20,000 years old - Dredged from the North Sea floor

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PART OF THE LOWER JAW OF A
YOUNG WOOLLY MAMMOTH

 
About 20,000 years old
 

Dredged from the floor of the North Sea, off Lowestoft.
 
Part of the fossil jaw of a young mammoth showing the 'tongue groove'.

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 and need to be treated with a preservative. This specimen has been treated with a gloss lacquer.

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Size:  28 x 15 x 6.5 centimetres
Weight:  1.21 kilograms

PRICE: £69.00