A vertebra of Mammoth from the Pleistocene, dating more precisely 100,000 years ago, a major collector's item to put on display in your display cases among other rare pieces.
The Mammuthus Primigenius was one of the last species of mammoths that lived on our planet: in fact it became extinct only 5000 years ago. Having lived with humans, we also have various archaeological findings of this specimen, including mainly bones and tusks, crafted to become ornaments and everyday objects.
Size without stand: 13.5x 7 x H14 cm
Weight: 1034 g
Dating: Pleistocene - 100,000 years ago
Origin: Northern Sea.
- Scientific name
- Mammuthus primigenius
- Geological Period
- QUATERNARY-Upper Pleistocene (0.01–0.12 million years)
- Good condition
- 14×13.5×7 cm
- 1034 g