Mammal Teeth & Fossils

Mammal Teeth & Fossils

Buried Treasure Fossils offers a large selection of top quality of fossil mammals for sale including marine mammal teeth, such as, desmostylus, dolphin, sea loin, seal, whale, and ancestral elephant teeth from the gomphotherium, mastodon, and mammoth. Authenticity guaranteed. Have a look.

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  1. Zygorhiza kochii (Archaeocete whale)
    $2,250.00

    A TOP QUALITY, EXTRA LARGE & very rare Archaeocete whale, Zygorhiza kochii, from Harleyville, So. Carolina. Our 2nd November Fossil of the Month is a highly desirable Zygorhiza molar or "yoke" tooth.  An exceptional chocolate brown colored crown and tan root. The crown has fantastic articulation with incredible detail. Complete root. This tooth has minimal repair to tips of the 3 cusps on the left side only. Very little repair overall for a yoke tooth which are typically heavily repaired.  One of the BEST Archaeocete molars that I have seen from So. Carolina in a long time. A very rare collector's tooth. Museum Quality.  Note - 6" x 8" Riker frame included. One of my favorites!

    SC1322        SIZE: 3-3/4"

    Note - 14 new Archaeocete whale teeth from So. Carolina added in November 2017. Our largest selection of top quality Archaeocete teeth ever!                     Archaeocete Whale catalog link.

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  2. Pappocetus lugardi (Early whale)
    $1,875.00

    An Ultra Rare, Extra Large Pappocetus lugardi (Andrews, 1920) jaw section with an extra large pre-molar from Morocco. This material is a new find and represents one of the earliest transition forms of the whale. Pappocetus is a protocetid (see discussion below) and a large amphibious aquatic carnivore. Pappocetus is also an ancestor of the Basilosaurus. This material is complete and without repair. Crack fill only on some pieces. This is an opportunity to own an incredibly rare specimen from an early evolutionary stage of the modern whale. A fantastic collector's specimen. Authenticity guaranteed.

    M2104          Size: 4-1/4"  (W - straight line)  (4-3/4" pre-molar height)

    Mid. Eocene (Bartonian) age  (40 MYA)

    Gueran, (25 km SE of Boujdour), Boujdour Basin

    West Sahara, Morocco

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  3. Pappocetus lugardi (Early whale)
    $1,350.00

    An Ultra Rare, Extra Large Pappocetus lugardi (Andrews, 1920) jaw section with 3 complete molars from Morocco. Note – the molars demonstrate how massive Pappocetus teeth compared to the later primitive whales!  The root thickness doubles on one side and the crown gains depth as well. This material is a new find and represents one of the earliest transition forms of the whale. Pappocetus is a protocetid (see discussion below) and a large amphibious aquatic carnivore. Pappocetus is also an ancestor of the Basilosaurus. This material is complete and without repair. Crack fill only on some pieces. This is an opportunity to own an incredibly rare specimen from an early evolutionary stage of the modern whale. A fantastic collector's specimen. Authenticity guaranteed.

    M2103          Size: 3-3/4"  (W - straight line)  (3-1/2" height)

    Mid. Eocene (Bartonian) age  (40 MYA)

    Gueran, (25 km SE of Boujdour), Boujdour Basin

    West Sahara, Morocco

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  4. Pappocetus lugardi (Early whale)
    $1,325.00

    An Ultra Rare, Extra Large Pappocetus lugardi (Andrews, 1920) pre-molar tooth from Morocco. Note - molar tooth design is one of the distinguishing features for indentifying this species. This material is a new find and represents one of the earliest transition forms of the whale. Pappocetus is a protocetid (see discussion below) and a large amphibious aquatic carnivore. Pappocetus is also an ancestor of the Basilosaurus. This material is complete and without repair. Crack fill only on some pieces. This is an opportunity to own an incredibly rare specimen from an early evolutionary stage of the modern whale. A fantastic collector's specimen. Authenticity guaranteed.

    M2107          Size: 4-1/4"  (straight line)  (2-1/2" Width at base of crown)

    Mid. Eocene (Bartonian) age  (40 MYA)

    Gueran, (25 km SE of Boujdour), Boujdour Basin

    West Sahara, Morocco

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  5. Pappocetus lugardi (Early whale)
    $1,325.00

    An Ultra Rare, Huge Pappocetus lugardi (Andrews, 1920) pre-molar tooth from Morocco. Note - this tooth (the last "pre-molar") demonstrates how massive Pappocetus teeth compared to the later primitive whales!  The root thickness doubles on one side and the crown gains depth as well.This material is a new find and represents one of the earliest transition forms of the whale. Pappocetus is a protocetid (see discussion below) and a large amphibious aquatic carnivore. Pappocetus is also an ancestor of the Basilosaurus. This material is complete and without repair. Crack fill only on some pieces. This is an opportunity to own an incredibly rare specimen from an early evolutionary stage of the modern whale. A fantastic collector's specimen. Authenticity guaranteed.

    M2108          Size: 4-3/4"  (straight line)  (3" Width at base of crown & ~1-1/2" depth)

    Mid. Eocene (Bartonian) age  (40 MYA)

    Gueran, (25 km SE of Boujdour), Boujdour Basin

    West Sahara, Morocco

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  6. Mammoth
    $1,050.00

    A GEM Pleistocene Mammoth molar.  The Mammoth, an extinct elephant ancestor with long, curved tusks that evolved in the Pliocene of North America. This large molar with an incredibly articulated chewing surface. Complete root. An exceptionally well perserved specimen. Well fossilized. Weighs 7 lbs. No damage. No repair. A fantastic display piece.      Note: international shipping cost will be calculated. Please request quote.

    X607           Size:  8"  x  3-1/2" W  x  5-1/2" H 

    Name: Mammuthus imperator  (Mammoth)

    Age:  Pleistocene

    Location:  Venice, Florida

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  7. Zygorhiza kochii (Archaeocete whale)
    $825.00

    A TOP QUALITY, very rare Archaeocete whale, Zygorhiza kochii. A large molar tooth. The first molar has a small width yoke design. An exceptional brown colored crown and root. Nicely articulated. Huge root. Note - enamel tip shows wear pattern on crown from grinding (see photo 3). Whales do not shed their teeth like the sharks so there teeth will wear with age. This tooth has no repair. A great Archaeocete molar from So. Carolina.  A very rare collector's tooth.  

    SC1326        SIZE: 3-1/2"

    Note - 14 new Archaeocete whale teeth from So. Carolina added in November 2017. Our largest selection of top quality Archaeocete teeth ever!         Archaeocete Whale catalog link.

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  8. Zygorhiza kochii (Archaeocete whale)
    $825.00

    A TOP QUALITY, very rare Archaeocete whale, Zygorhiza kochii. A large molar tooth. The first molar has a small width yoke design. An exceptional brown colored crown and root. Nicely articulated. Huge root. Note - enamel tip shows wear pattern on crown from grinding (see photo 3). Whales do not shed their teeth like the sharks so there teeth will wear with age. This tooth has no repair. A great Archaeocete molar from So. Carolina.  A very rare collector's tooth.  

    SC1327        SIZE: 3-3/4"

    Note - 14 new Archaeocete whale teeth from So. Carolina added in November 2017. Our largest selection of top quality Archaeocete teeth ever!      Archaeocete Whale catalog link.

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  9. Zygorhiza kochii (Archaeocete whale)
    $775.00

    A TOP QUALITY, very rare Archaeocete whale, Zygorhiza kochii. A large premolar tooth.  An exceptional brown colored crown and root. Nicely articulated. Partial root. This tooth has no repair. A great Archaeocete premolar from So. Carolina.  A very rare collector's tooth.  

    SC1325        SIZE: 3-11/16"

    Note - 14 new Archaeocete whale teeth from So. Carolina added in November 2017. Our largest selection of top quality Archaeocete teeth ever!          Archaeocete Whale catalog link.

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  10. Mammoth
    $725.00

    A beautifully perserved Pliocene Mammoth molar.  This is the early form of the Mammoth, an extinct elephant ancestor with long, curved tusks that evolved in the Pliocene of North America. A large molar with a nicely articulated chewing surface.. Nearly complete root. Well fossilized. Weighs 3 lbs+. No damage. No repair. An exceptional display piece.     Note: international shipping cost will be calculated. Please request quote.

    X606           Size: 9-1/2"  x  3" W  x  5-1/4" H 

    Name: Mammuthus meridionalis  (Mammoth)

    Age:  Pliocene

    Location:  Horse Creek, Florida

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  11. MammothTusk
    $725.00

    A rare Miocene Mammoth tusk section. Rare fossil ivory! A very beefy Mammoth tusk section which 5"+ in diameter. Excellent preservation and articulation. An extinct elephant ancestor that evolved in the Early Miocene of North America. A fantastic display and eductational piece. Authenticity guaranteed. You do not see these very often; especially a US lower 48 example. You can own a piece of fossil ivory!

    X614          Size: 11-1/2" x 5-1/4" x 4-3/4" 

    Name: Mammoth

    Location: Beaufort Co., SC

    Note - International shipping charge will be assessed (7.6 lbs.)

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  12. Gomphotherium
    $700.00

    A beautifully perserved Miocene Gomphotherium molar.  An extinct elephant ancestor that evolved in the Early Miocene of North America. Exceptional unerupted cusps with great detail and color.  Partial root. Well fossilized. Weighs 3 lbs+. No damage. No repair. One of my best Gomp teeth. An exceptional display piece.

    X602                Size: 6-1/4"  x  3" W  x  3-3/4" H 

    Name: Cuvieronius tropicus (Gomphotherium)

    Age:  Miocene\

    Location: Ashapoo River, Colleton Co., SC

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  13. Platybelodon (Gomphotherium relative)
    $695.00

    A beautifully perserved Miocene Platybelodon (Gomphotherium relative) molar.  This strange ancestral elephant had two large shovel tusks on the front of its lower jaw. Excellent evenly worn cusps. Partial root section. Well fossilized. Weighs 3 lbs+. No damage. No repair. An exceptional display piece from an unusual species.

    X608                Size: 7-1/2"  x  3-1/4" W  x  3-1/2" H 

    Name: Platybelodon (Gomphotherium relative)

    Age:  Miocene - Pliocene

    Location: Linxia Basin, Gansu, Northwestern China

    Please note the this item was legally obtained in the US in the early 1980s.

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  14. Stylemys nebrascensis (Tortoise)
    $695.00

    A TOP QUALITY, LARGE Stylemys nebrascensis, a fossil tortoise shell, from the White River Badlands, Brule Formation, South Dakota. Fantastic color and preservation. Note that Stylemys is thought to be a burrowing tortoise which helps maintain the 3-D in aspect of the shell when they are died in their burrow. Exceptional preparation with a little restoration done to the left side (front view) which is minor and common for the White River tortoise shells. One of the better White River tortoise shells and a great display piece. Authenticity guaranteed.

    WR001         SIZE: 6-1/4" x 5" x 3"


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  15. Gomphotherium
    $650.00

    A beautifully perserved Miocene Gomphotherium molar.  An extinct elephant ancestor that evolved in the Early Miocene of North America. Excellent worn cusps. Good partial root. Well fossilized. Weighs 4 lbs+. No damage. No repair. An exceptional display piece.    Note: international shipping cost will be calculated. Please request quote.

    X603               Size: 6-1/2"  x  3-1/2" W  x  3-3/4" H 

    Name: Cuvieronius tropicus  (Gomphotherium)

    Age:  Miocene

    Location: Morgan River, Beaufort Co., SC

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  16. Gomphotherium
    $650.00

    A beautifully perserved Miocene Gomphotherium molar.  An extinct elephant ancestor that evolved in the Early Miocene of North America. Very nice, evenly worn cusps. Good partial root. Well fossilized. Weighs 3 lbs+. No damage. No repair. An exceptional display piece.

    X601                Size: 5"  x  3-1/4" W  x  4" H 

    Name: Cuvieronius tropicus (Gomphotherium)

    Age:  Miocene - Pliocene

    Location: Morgan River, Beaufort Co., SC

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  17. Pappocetus lugardi (Early whale)
    $595.00

    An Ultra Rare, Extra Large Pappocetus lugardi (Andrews, 1920) incisor tooth from Morocco. This material is a new find and represents one of the earliest transition forms of the whale. Pappocetus is a protocetid (see discussion below) and a large amphibious aquatic carnivore. Pappocetus is also an ancestor of the Basilosaurus. This material is complete and without repair. Crack fill only on some pieces. This is an opportunity to own an incredibly rare specimen from an early evolutionary stage of the modern whale. A fantastic collector's specimen. Authenticity guaranteed.

    M2101          Size: 5-11/16"  (straight line)  (1-1/2" Width at base of crown)

    Mid. Eocene (Bartonian) age  (40 MYA)

    Gueran, (25 km SE of Boujdour), Boujdour Basin

    West Sahara, Morocco

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  18. Pappocetus lugardi (Early whale)
    $595.00

    An Ultra Rare, Extra Large Pappocetus lugardi (Andrews, 1920) incisor tooth from Morocco. Note the massive crown on this incisor! This material is a new find and represents one of the earliest transition forms of the whale. Pappocetus is a protocetid (see discussion below) and a large amphibious aquatic carnivore. Pappocetus is also an ancestor of the Basilosaurus. This material is complete and without repair. Crack fill only on some pieces. This is an opportunity to own an incredibly rare specimen from an early evolutionary stage of the modern whale. A fantastic collector's specimen. Authenticity guaranteed.

    M2102          Size: 5-1/4"  (straight line)  (1-13/16" Width at base of crown)

    Mid. Eocene (Bartonian) age  (40 MYA)

    Gueran, (25 km SE of Boujdour), Boujdour Basin

    West Sahara, Morocco

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  19. Cave Bear jaw
    $550.00

    An exceptionally preserved, fossil Cave Bear jaw (Urusus spelaeus) from Romania. These large bears lived in the mountain caves from central Europe to Russia. An exceptional, large adult cave bear lower jaw. Near perfect. You can own a rare and wonderful story piece from the Ice Age!  My BEST!

    Name: Urusus spelaeus      Age: Late Pleistocene      Location: Carpathian Mountains, Romania

    R507             SIZE: 9-3/4" x 5-1/2" H

    Note: We added 16 new Cave Bear Products in October 2017. Link -> Cave Bear Fossils


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  20. Pappocetus lugardi (Early whale)
    $525.00

    An Ultra Rare, Extra Large Pappocetus lugardi (Andrews, 1920) molar tooth from Morocco. Note - molar tooth design is one of the distinguishing features for indentifying this species.The molars demonstrate how massive Pappocetus teeth compared to the later primitive whales!  The root thickness doubles on one side and the crown gains depth as well. This material is a new find and represents one of the earliest transition forms of the whale. Pappocetus is a protocetid (see discussion below) and a large amphibious aquatic carnivore. Pappocetus is also an ancestor of the Basilosaurus. This material is complete and without repair. Crack fill only on some pieces. This is an opportunity to own an incredibly rare specimen from an early evolutionary stage of the modern whale. A fantastic collector's specimen. Authenticity guaranteed.

    M2106          Size: 2-1/2"  (straight line)  (1-3/8" Width at base of crown)

    Mid. Eocene (Bartonian) age  (40 MYA)

    Gueran, (25 km SE of Boujdour), Boujdour Basin

    West Sahara, Morocco

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  21. Gomphotherium Tusk
    $495.00

    A rare Miocene Gomphotherium tusk section. Excellent preservation. An extinct elephant ancestor that evolved in the Early Miocene of North America. An excellent display and eductational piece. Authenticity guaranteed. You do not see these very often; especially a US example.

    X613          Size: 12-1/2" x 3-1/2" x 2-1/2" 

    Name: Gomphotherium

    Location: Beaufort Co., SC

    Note - International shipping charge will be assessed (6.2 lbs.)

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  22. Cave Bear paw
    $495.00

    An exceptionally large, fossil Cave Bear paw (Urusus spelaeus) from Romania. These large bears lived in the mountain caves from central Europe to Russia. These are complete feet with 85% original fossil bone and are nicely wired together to make an incredible display piece. (Note - all of the composite paw reconstruction on the market have some digits added.) A wonderful story piece. Last one!

    Name: Urusus spelaeus      Age: Late Pleistocene      Location: Carpathian Mountains, Romania

    R503             SIZE: 10"

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  23. Zygorhiza kochii (Archaeocete whale)
    $450.00

    A TOP QUALITY, very rare Archaeocete whale, Zygorhiza kochii. A large incisor tooth. An exceptional brown colored crown. Nicely articulated. Large root - complete. This tooth has no repair. Note - enamel tip shows a small wear pattern on crown from grinding tough prey. Whales do not shed their teeth like the sharks so there teeth will wear with age. A large, top quality Archaeocete incisor tooth from So. Carolina.  A very rare collector's tooth.  

    SC1331        SIZE: 3-1/4"

    Note - 14 new Archaeocete whale teeth from So. Carolina added in November 2017. Our largest selection of top quality Archaeocete teeth ever!      Archaeocete Whale catalog link.

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  24. Pappocetus lugardi (Early whale)
    $395.00

    An Ultra Rare, Extra Large Pappocetus lugardi (Andrews, 1920) incisor tooth from Morocco. This material is a new find and represents one of the earliest transition forms of the whale. Pappocetus is a protocetid (see discussion below) and a large amphibious aquatic carnivore. Pappocetus is also an ancestor of the Basilosaurus. This material is complete and without repair. Crack fill only on some pieces. This is an opportunity to own an incredibly rare specimen from an early evolutionary stage of the modern whale. Perfect tooth. A fantastic collector's specimen. Authenticity guaranteed.

    M2105          Size: 3-5/16"  (straight line)  (1-5/16" Width at base of crown)

    Mid. Eocene (Bartonian) age  (40 MYA)

    Gueran, (25 km SE of Boujdour), Boujdour Basin

    West Sahara, Morocco

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  25. Zygorhiza kochii (Archaeocete whale)
    $375.00

    A TOP QUALITY, very rare Archaeocete whale, Zygorhiza kochii. A large rear molar crown. Note - the rear molar has a flat four cusp design. An exceptional brown colored crown. Nicely articulated. Little root. This tooth has no repair. A great Archaeocete molar crown from So. Carolina.  A very rare collector's tooth.  

    SC1328        SIZE: 1-3/8"

    Note - 14 new Archaeocete whale teeth from So. Carolina added in November 2017. Our largest selection of top quality Archaeocete teeth ever!      Archaeocete Whale catalog link.

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  26. Cave Bear tooth
    $375.00

    An exceptionally preserved, fossil Cave Bear molar (Urusus spelaeus) from Romania. These large bears lived in the mountain caves from central Europe to Russia. An exceptional cave bear tooth. A prefect fully rooted canine - rare. You can own a rare and wonderful story piece from the Ice Age! The BEST! 

    Name: Urusus spelaeus      Age: Late Pleistocene      Location: Carpathian Mountains, Romania

    R508             SIZE: 4-1/4" x 1-1/2" H

    Note: We added 16 new Cave Bear Products in October 2017. Link -> Cave Bear Fossils


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  27. Paleolagus haydeni (Rabbit)
    $375.00

    A TOP QUALITY Paleolagus haydeni, fossil rabbit, mortality piece from the White River Badlands, Brule Formation, South Dakota. The mortality rock contains three skulls and parts of a few bodies. Most likely these rabbits died in their burrow. Excellent color and preservation. Exceptional preparation to expose the multiple speciments. A scarce mortality rock with White River rabbit skulls and an incredible display piece. Authenticity guaranteed.

    WR002         SIZE: 5" x 4" x 3-7/8"


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  28. Cave Bear jaw
    $350.00

    An exceptionally preserved, fossil Cave Bear jaw (Urusus spelaeus) from Romania. These large bears lived in the mountain caves from central Europe to Russia. An excellent, large adult cave bear lower jaw. You can own a rare and wonderful story piece from the Ice Age!  

    Name: Urusus spelaeus      Age: Late Pleistocene      Location: Carpathian Mountains, Romania

    R506             SIZE: 9-3/4" x 4-3/8" H

    Note: We added 16 new Cave Bear Products in October 2017. Link -> Cave Bear Fossils


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  29. Mastodon
    $350.00

    A Top Quality Miocene-Pliocene Mastodon molar. An extinct elephant ancestor that inhabited North America during the late Miocene to late Pliocene. This molar is a recently erupted tooth with little cusp wear. Excellent articulation. A nearly complete root. A very well fossilized specimen. Weighs 2+ bs. No damage. No repair. An excellent, authentic Mastodon tooth.

    X610            Size: 4-1/2" x 3-1/2" W x 4" H

    Name: Mastodon     Age: Miocene - Pliocene     Location: Broad River, Beaufort Co., So. Carolina

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  30. Cave Bear jaw
    $325.00

    An exceptionally preserved, fossil Cave Bear jaw (Urusus spelaeus) from Romania. These large bears lived in the mountain caves from central Europe to Russia. An exceptional, juvenile cave bear lower jaw. Near perfect.You can own a rare and wonderful story piece from the Ice Age!  

    Name: Urusus spelaeus      Age: Late Pleistocene      Location: Carpathian Mountains, Romania

    R504             SIZE: 6-1/4" x 2-1/4" H

    Note: We added 16 new Cave Bear Products in October 2017. Link -> Cave Bear Fossils


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  31. Zygorhiza kochii (Archaeocete whale)
    $295.00

    A QUALITY, very rare Archaeocete whale, Zygorhiza kochii. A large incisor tooth. An exceptional brown colored crown. Nicely articulated. Large root - complete. This tooth has no repair. Note - enamel tip shows a wear pattern on crown from grinding tough prey. Whales do not shed their teeth like the sharks so there teeth will wear with age. A large Archaeocete incisor tooth from So. Carolina.  A very rare collector's tooth.  

    SC1333        SIZE: 3-3/4"

    Note - 14 new Archaeocete whale teeth from So. Carolina added in November 2017. Our largest selection of top quality Archaeocete teeth ever!      Archaeocete Whale catalog link.

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  32. Coelodonta antiquitatis (Wooly Rhino)
    $275.00

    A TOP QUALITY, EXTRA LARGE Coelodonta antiquitatis tooth - the Wooly Rhinoceros. This Ice Age monster lived during the Pleistocene  throughout Europe and northern Asia. This molar is complete and well preserved. Rhino material is much rarer than Mammoth fossils. An excellent display piece from Siberia, Russia. Authenticity guaranteed.

    X703       SIZE: 4-1/4" x 2-1/4" x 1"

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  33. Coelodonta antiquitatis (Wooly Rhino)
    $265.00

    A TOP QUALITY, EXTRA LARGE Coelodonta antiquitatis tooth - the Wooly Rhinoceros. This Ice Age monster lived during the Pleistocene  throughout Europe and northern Asia. This molar is complete and well preserved. Rhino material is much rarer than Mammoth fossils. An excellent display piece from Siberia, Russia. Authenticity guaranteed.

    X704       SIZE: 4-1/4" x 2" x 1"

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  34. Cave Bear jaw
    $250.00

    An exceptionally preserved, fossil Cave Bear jaw (Urusus spelaeus) from Romania. These large bears lived in the mountain caves from central Europe to Russia. An excellent, juvenile cave bear lower jaw. You can own a rare and wonderful story piece from the Ice Age!  

    Name: Urusus spelaeus      Age: Late Pleistocene      Location: Carpathian Mountains, Romania

    R505             SIZE: 7" x 1-5/8" H

    Note: We added 16 new Cave Bear Products in October 2017. Link -> Cave Bear Fossils


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  35. Coelodonta antiquitatis (Wooly Rhino)
    $225.00

    A TOP QUALITY, LARGE Coelodonta antiquitatis tooth - the Wooly Rhinoceros. This Ice Age monster lived during the Pleistocene  throughout Europe and northern Asia. This molar is complete and well preserved. Rhino material is much rarer than Mammoth fossils. An excellent display piece from Siberia, Russia. Authenticity guaranteed.

    X705       SIZE: 3-1/2" x 1-3/4" x 1"

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  36. Zygorhiza kochii (Archaeocete whale)
    $200.00

    A QUALITY, very rare Archaeocete whale, Zygorhiza kochii. A large incisor tooth. An exceptional brown colored crown. Nicely articulated. Large root. This tooth has no repair. Note - enamel tip shows a large wear pattern on crown from grinding tough prey. Whales do not shed their teeth like the sharks so there teeth will wear with age. A large Archaeocete incisor tooth from So. Carolina.  A very rare collector's tooth.  

    SC1332        SIZE: 2-7/8"

    Note - 14 new Archaeocete whale teeth from So. Carolina added in November 2017. Our largest selection of top quality Archaeocete teeth ever!      Archaeocete Whale catalog link.

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