A Partial Humerus and Femur of a Woolly Mammoth
Weight: 1750 gr / 3.9 lbs
Length: 36 cm / 14.1 in
Width: 14 cm / 5.5 in
Weight: 1600 gr / 3.5 lbs
Length: 40 cm / 15.7 in
Width: 12 cm / 4.7 in
Item Code: 2013
Latin Name: Mammuthus primigenius
Site: North Sea
Age: Approximately 40.000 years old
On offer is an interesting combination of a partial humerus and a partial femur, both originally belonging to a juvenile Woolly Mammoth from the Pleistocene era, slightly damaged as shown in the photographs but still a good fossils. The humerus and femur are among the mammoth's most impressive bones. Just like that of humans, the humerus was located in the animal's front, upper legs (the upper part of the arms of humans), while the femur was located in the upper, rear legs, and thus they had to support the animals massive weight, including that of its enormous tusks.
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