A Bargain Group of 16 Fossils of Pleistocene Cave Bear
Combined weight: 2000 gr / 4.4 lbs
Average length: 5-30 cm / 2-11.8 in
Item Code: 4230
Latin Name: Ursus spelaeus
Site: Ural Moutains, Russia
Age: approximately 40,000 years old
On offer is a bargain group of sixteen fossils of European cave bear (Ursus spelaeus) from the Pleistocene era. These fossils are in partial condition, but otherwise in good state of preservation, as seen in the images. No restoration whatsoever. These include six ribs, six vertebrae, an ulna, tibia, scapula and lower jaw, all in partial condition. These fossils were found in the Ural Mountains. Very rare pieces, wonderful for the specialized collector or for re-selling. The black-and-white section of the ruler in the image represents 10 cm / 3.9 inch.
Shipping: US$ 40 to the European Union, US$ 65 to the rest of the world.
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