Final Ice Age, Woolly Steppe Bison.
Part of the jaw with two large teeth perfectly preserved within the calcite layer with which it has been coated. It is naturally wrapped in calcite, since it was located inside a cave, hence its perfect state of conservation, since it is a piece that’s 2.59 million years old.
In two of the photos you can perfectly appreciate the root of the two teeth.
Delivered with stone base for its best presentation and special packaging.
- Steppe Bison, aka Wisent
- Mandible Partial
- Scientific name
- Bison priscus
- Geological Period
- QUATERNARY (0–2.58 million years)
- Not Preserved
- Protected by layer of natural Calcite
- 4×7×12 cm
- 787 g