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Bison sp. partial jaw (358 mm)

Bison sp. partial jaw (358 mm)
  • Bison sp. partial jaw (358 mm)
  • Bison sp. partial jaw (358 mm)
  • Bison sp. partial jaw (358 mm)
  • Bison sp. partial jaw (358 mm)
  • Bison sp. partial jaw (358 mm)
  • Bison sp. partial jaw (358 mm)
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Bison sp. partial jaw. Bison fossil surfaced in Hungary, Pest County, during gravel mining. Remnants of Mammuthus meridionalis have also been recovered from its surroundings and are therefore probably older than 600,000 years. The jaw has 1 whole tooth. The jaw bone has been worn for a long time by river deposits. Even the root of the first tooth is worn out. The jaw measures approximately: length 358 mm, height 117 mm, width 33 mm. Weight approx: 812 grams + packaging. The jaw surface is preserved with PVB (Mowital).

  • Size: Length: 358 mm

    Height: 117 mm

    Width: 33 mm

    Weight: 812 grams

    Site: Hungary, Pest county

    Age: Pleistocene - Pliocene

  • Stock
    In stock
    Article No.
    395594
    Weight
    812 g/pcs
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