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Bison sp. partial jaw (310 mm)

Bison sp. partial jaw (310 mm)
  • Bison sp. partial jaw (310 mm)
  • Bison sp. partial jaw (310 mm)
  • Bison sp. partial jaw (310 mm)
  • Bison sp. partial jaw (310 mm)
  • Bison sp. partial jaw (310 mm)
  • Bison sp. partial jaw (310 mm)
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Bison sp. (priscus) partial jaw. The bison fossil has surfaced in Hungary, in Pest County, during gravel mining. The jaw length is 310 mm, width 38 mm. Weight: about 733 grams + pack. Large drying cracks are visible in the jaw. The teeth were severely disintegrated, with only the root part remaining. The jaw surface is preserved with cyanoacrylate.

  • Size: 310 mm

    Weight: 733 grams

    Site: Hungary, Pest county

    Age: Pleistocene

  • Stock
    In stock
    Article No.
    731833
    Weight
    733 g/pcs
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