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Lepus cf. terraerubrae incisor teeth from Hungary

Lepus cf. terraerubrae incisor teeth from Hungary
  • Lepus cf. terraerubrae incisor teeth from Hungary
  • Lepus cf. terraerubrae incisor teeth from Hungary
  • Lepus cf. terraerubrae incisor teeth from Hungary
  • Lepus cf. terraerubrae incisor teeth from Hungary
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Pleistocene age (ca. 900,000 years) Lepus cf. terraerubrae (rabbit) incisors. Rabbit fossils were discovered in 2019 in limestone mining in Komárom-Esztergom County, Hungary. The price includes two partial incisors. The teeth are approximately (1) 24 mm long and 3 mm wide. (2) has a length of 11 mm and a width of 2.8 mm. Both teeth have a beginning. The teeth come in a 28mm x 28mm x 22mm plastic box. Through its purchase, it has supported further exploration and exploration of fossil layers once again mined at the site.

  • Size: Length: 24 mm & 11 mm

    Width: 3 mm & 2,8 mm

    Weight: 4 grams

    Site: Hungary, Komárom-Esztergom county

    Age: ca. 900 000 years

  • Stock
    In stock
    Article No.
    562716
    Status
    NEW    
    Weight
    4 g/pcs
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