A Good Tibia of a Woolly Rhinoceros
Weight: 1620 gr / 3.6 lbs
Length: 35 cm / 13.8 in
Width: 14 cm / 5.5 in
Item Code: 2828
Latin Name: Coelodonta antiquitatis
Site: Siberia (area around Yakoetsk)
Age: Approximately 40.000 years old
This tibia, or shinbone, is the large and strong bone in the leg of the Woolly Rhinoceros below the knee. This example belonged to an adult Rhinoceros from the Pleistocene period and is in good condition and thus rare, as seen in the images, and will make a fine addition to any serious collection. The black-and-white section of the ruler in the image represetns 10 cm / 3.9 inch.
This fossil has been legally exported from Russia and is accompanied by all appropriate paperwork.
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