Google Translator
Most popular products
Exhibition partners

PaleoTime (Netherland)
14. March 2020

Mineral & Gem (France)
25-28. June 2020

MOM Sport (Budapest, Hungary)
3-4 October 2020

Lurdy-Ház (Budapest, Hungary)
11-13 December 2020

Recommended products
Newsletter
Payment solution
Product Details


Bison priscus partial jaw (420 mm) SOLD (MD) 11

Bison priscus partial jaw (420 mm)  SOLD (MD) 11
  • Bison priscus partial jaw (420 mm)  SOLD (MD) 11
  • Bison priscus partial jaw (420 mm)  SOLD (MD) 11
  • Bison priscus partial jaw (420 mm)  SOLD (MD) 11
  • Bison priscus partial jaw (420 mm)  SOLD (MD) 11
  • Bison priscus partial jaw (420 mm)  SOLD (MD) 11
80
Out of stock

Bison priscus (steppe bison) partial jaw. The bison fossil was found in Pest County, Hungary, during gravel mining. There are 3 teeth in the jaw. The jaw size is approximately 420 mm long, 155 mm high, 35 mm wide and 35 mm wide. Weight: about 954 grams + pack. The jaw surface is preserved with cyanoacrylate.

  • Size: 420 mm

    Weight: 954 grams

    Site: Hungary, Pest county

    Age: Pleistocene

  • Stock
    Out of stock
    Article No.
    928132
    Weight
    954 g/pcs
WebShop System