The tooth displays some blueish tinge from possible copper that has mineralised with the specimen.
5 x 4 x 4.5 cm
The woolly rhinoceros (Coelodonta antiquitatis) lived in the Middle and Late Pleistocene. The woolly rhinoceros lived in a widespread area and could be found from Great Britain to the north east of Asia. It is believed that at the beginning of the Saale/Kansan glaciation it migrated from Asia to Europe.
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- Woolly Rhinoceros
- Scientific name
- Coelodonta antinquitatis
- Geological Period
- QUATERNARY-Upper Pleistocene (0.01–0.12 million years)
- Good condition