Woolly Mammoth

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An EXTRA LARGE, incredibly preserved Woolly Mammoth (Mammuthus primigenius), an early elephant, molar found in the Dogger Bank, North Sea. A January Fossil of the Month. Mammoths were present in this area during the Late Pleistocene Ice Age. Fantastic natural color! An extra large molar with a nicely articulated chewing surface. A massive and complete root. Completely fossilized. Weighs 12+ lbs. No repair or restoration. Authenticity guaranteed. An excellent collectors specimen and a very attractive display piece A perfect and massive tooth. As shown, this tooth comes with an easel stand.   Note: international shipping cost will be calculated. Please request quote.

X624           Size: 12-1/2"  x  3-1/2" W  x  6-1/4" H 

Note - Posting 4 Woolly Mammoth molars in January 2021.   Link to Mammoth fossils.



A beautifully preserved Woolly Mammoth molar (Mammuthus primigenius) found in the Dogger Bank, North Sea.  An extinct elephant ancestor. Dogger Bank is a large sandbank in a shallow area of the North Sea located between England and northwest Europe continent. This sandbank is a remnant of "Doggerland" which was a land bridge that connected British Isles with the rest of Europe continent during the Pleistocene Ice Age. Dogger Banks is a prolific fishing area, and fishing trawlers have recovered mammoth remains in this area over the years. 

Name: Mammuthus primigenius

Age:    Pleistocene

Location:  Dogger Bank, North Sea


Note - Skeleton photo by Wolfman SF.