Ice Age Gray Wolf - Canis lupus

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A complete Top Quality fossil Ice Age Gray Wolf (Canis lupus) jaw with eight teeth from Yakutsk Region, Siberia with a heavy custom steel stand. A January Fossil of the Month. These large wolves lived in the mountain caves from central Europe to Russia during the Ice Age. This jaw contains all three molars, three premolars, an incisor, and a canine in exceptional condition. No repair or restoration. Authenticity guaranteed. You can own a rare and wonderful story piece from the Ice Age! This jaw is an excellent show piece which comes with a custom steel display stand. Note: Weighs 1.5 pounds. International orders will have a supplemental shipping charge.

Name: Canis lupus     Age: Late Pleistocene (Ice Age)   

Location: Yakutsk Region, Siberia

R572         SIZE: 7-1/8" Length ;   Height: 7-5/8" with stand

Adding multiple Ice Age / Cave Bear items in January 2023.    Link -> Ice Age Fossils

The cave bear also co-existed with the large Gray Wolves (Canis lupus) which may provided competition for food and habitat. Canis lupus fossils are found in the same area, but are quite rare.

Name: Canis lupus

Age: Late Pleistocene (28,000 - 130,000 years)

Location: Carpathian Mountains, Romania (or other European locations)