A Huge Thoracic Vertebra of a Woolly Rhinoceros
Weight: 1400 gr / 3.1 lbs
Length: 55 cm / 21.6 in
Width: 17 cm / 6.7 in
Depth: 13 cm / 5.1 in
Item Code: 2484
Latin Name: Coelodonta antiquitatis
Age: Approximately 40.000 years old
This fossil belonged to an adult Woolly Rhinoceros from the Pleistocene period. The thoracic vertebrae were located in the chest area of the spinal cord. A very beautiful example and in excellent 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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