Woolly Mammoth Tusk

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    A fantastic, top quality, Mammuthus primigenius, Woolly Mammoth tusk from Siberia. An August 2019 Fossil of the Month. This tusk is a manageable size at 47” straight line measurement (52" on the curve). It is a tusk of a sub-adult mammoth which lived in the late Pleistocene Ice Age some 28,000 plus years ago. This is a complete tusk with rich colors of natural browns, blues, and charcoal grays which has been properly dried and sealed. The enamel shows exceptional detail. Both ends are completely intact and complete. No repair or restoration. No worries about stability of this tusk. The tusk makes a wonderful display for home or office and comes with the wooden stands shown. This is your opportunity to own a natural Mammoth fossil ivory tusk from the Ice Age. Authenticity guaranteed.

    R618          Size:  52” (on curve)  ;  2-1/2" Diameter  ;  12 lbs - fossil weight

    Note -  Free shipping in US.  Discounted shipping international.

    A beautifully perserved Mammoth tusk from an extinct elephant ancestor with long, curved tusks from the Ice Age. Note - Skeleton photo by Wolfman SF.
    The Woolly Mammoth is an extinct species of mammoth that lived during the Ice Age. The woolly mammoth was similar in size to the modern African Elephant. Male Woolly Mammoth could approach 7000 lbs while the female would approach 5000 lbs. in weight. The Woolly Mammoth are known for their large curved tusks. Their tusks were used for manipulating objects, fighting, and foraging.
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