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Bison priscus partial vertebra (483 mm) SOLD MP 01

Bison priscus partial vertebra (483 mm)  SOLD MP 01
  • Bison priscus partial vertebra (483 mm)  SOLD MP 01
  • Bison priscus partial vertebra (483 mm)  SOLD MP 01
  • Bison priscus partial vertebra (483 mm)  SOLD MP 01
  • Bison priscus partial vertebra (483 mm)  SOLD MP 01
  • Bison priscus partial vertebra (483 mm)  SOLD MP 01
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Bison priscus (steppe bison) is a partial back vertebra. The vertebrae remains in the Pest county in Hungary during the mining process. There were two pieces when he was found. Cured with cyanoacrylate. The end of the spine of the vertebrae is missing. The size of the vertebrae is about 483 mm x 115 mm x 102 mm. Weight: approx. 638 grams + packaging. The surface of the vertebral column is preserved with PVB (Mowital).

  • Size: 483 mm x 115 mm x 102 mm

    Weight: 638 grams

    Site: Hungary, Pest county

    Age: Pleistocene

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    Article No.
    590343
    Weight
    638 g/pcs
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