Coelodonta antiquitatis (Woolly Rhino)

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A TOP QUALITY, EXTRA LARGE Coelodonta antiquitatis jaw - the Woolly Rhinoceros. An October Fossil of the Month. This Ice Age monster lived during the Pleistocene throughout Europe and northern Asia. This jaw is complete and well preserved. Rhino material is scarer than Mammoth fossils. An excellent display piece from River Lena, Yatuksk, Siberia. Authenticity guaranteed. This jaw comes with a custom display steel stand. A fantastic display piece. Note - Product weighs 7.5 lbs. International orders will have a shipping surcharge. Please inquire for shipping cost.

X751       SIZE: 20" Length x 10" Height ;  Max. Height on stand = 14"

Note - Posting 5 Woolly Rhinoceras teeth / jaws in October 2022.   Link to Rhinocereas teeth.


Coelodonta antiquitatis, the woolly rhinoceros, is an extinct species of rhinoceros that was common throughout Europe and northern Asia during the Pleistocene epoch. The genus name Coelodonta means "cavity tooth". The woolly rhinoceros was a member of the Pleistocene megafauna. The woolly rhino was an unusually large Ice Age mammal  that grew to 11 feet in length and stood 6 feet at its shoulders.  It had a huge pair of horns that grew inline on its snout with a front horn reaching 3 feet in length.