Woolly Mammoth

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An incredibly preserved, LARGE Woolly Mammoth (Mammuthus primigenius), an early elephant, molar found in the Dogger Bank, North Sea. Mammoths were present in this area during the Late Pleistocene Ice Age. Great natural color! A large molar with a nicely articulated chewing surface. A massive and complete tooth. Completely fossilized and properly sealed. Weighs 8.75 lbs. No restoration. Authenticity guaranteed. An excellent collectors specimen and a very attractive display piece. An incredible tooth. As shown, this tooth comes with a custom steel stand.  Note: international shipping cost will be calculated. Please request quote.

X621      Size: 8" L x  3-1/8" W  x  6-1/2" H  ; Height = 11" w/ stand

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A beautifully preserved Woolly Mammoth molar (Mammuthus primigenius) found in the Dogger Bank, North Sea.  A january Fossil fo the Month. 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.