11.8" Woolly Mammoth Lower M3 Molar - Poland

This is a very well preserved woolly mammoth (Mammuthus primigenius) molar from the Pleistocene (~40,000 years old) deposits of the Sans River in Poland. This large specimen is consistent with an M3 molar from the left side of the lower jaw of a mammoth. This specimen is quite impressive.

An acrylic-metal display stand will accompany your purchase.

The Woolly Mammoth (Mammuthus primegenius) is the iconic Pleistocene animal. They had long hair, tusks that extended up to 9 feet, and stood about 12 feet tall. They ranged across the northern hemisphere and were one of the most abundant Pleistocene creatures.

FOR SALE
$1,095
DETAILS
SPECIES
Mammuthus primigenius
LOCATION
Sans River, Poland
SIZE
11.8" long, 5.3" tall, 3.2" wide
CATEGORY
SUB CATEGORY
ITEM
#235250
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