A Huge Cervical Vertebra of a Woolly Rhinoceros
Weight: 1000 gr / 2.2 lbs
Length: 29 cm / 11.4 in
Width: 18 cm / 7.1 in
Depth: 12 cm / 4.7 in
Item Code: 2483
Latin Name: Coelodonta antiquitatis
Age: Approximately 40.000 years old
This fossil belonged to an adult Woolly Rhinoceros from the Pleistocene period. The cervical vertebrae were located in the neck part of the spinal cord, supporting the animal's skull. Good state of preservation, as seen in the images. This is a particularly large example, which would have belonged to an alpha male Rhinoceros. The black and white section of the ruler in the image represents 10 cm / 3.9 inch.
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