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Partial Cervus sp. skull (1310 gram)

Partial Cervus sp. skull (1310 gram)
  • Partial Cervus sp. skull (1310 gram)
  • Partial Cervus sp. skull (1310 gram)
  • Partial Cervus sp. skull (1310 gram)
  • Partial Cervus sp. skull (1310 gram)
  • Partial Cervus sp. skull (1310 gram)
  • Partial Cervus sp. skull (1310 gram)
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Cervus-type deer remain of the partial skull. The skull pieces came to the surface during the mining process in Hungary, Pest County. Mammuthus meridionalis residues have also been found in the environment, so its age is probably older than 600,000 years. From this period there are very few skulls in good condition in museums, so the exact definition of the species is difficult. Based on the skulls found in the museums, the Alces can be excluded, because the bone of the antler holder can be at different angle. The Megaloceros have no visible (suture) skeletal fit in adult age and their pattern is different. On the basis of the skeleton pattern of the skull, Cervus is identical to the skull. Praemegaceros can not be excluded 100% because it is no skull in any museum, where I can compare it.
The skull size is about 171 mm x 191 m x 144 mm. Weight approx: 1310 grams + packaging. The residual surface of the skull is preserved with PVB (Mowital).

  • Size: 171 mm x 191 mm x 144 mm
    Weight: 1310 grams
    Site: Hungary, Pest county
    Age: 2 400 000 to 600 000 years

  • Stock
    In stock
    Article No.
    956034
    Weight
    1.31 kg/pcs
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