Mammals

Oreodont

SKULL

Oreodont, any member of a diverse group of extinct herbivorous North American artiodactyls (even-toed ungulates) This is a Merycoidodon skull 7x5 Inches. Brule Formation of the White River Badlands of South Dakota, U.S. (Eocene 35mya)

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woolly rhinoceros

JAW

The woolly rhinoceros  extinct species of rhinos  common  during the Pleistocene epoch . This was preserved in permafrost Seberia. The jaw has 3 full teeth and 1 part tooth. Jaw 21x16 CMs.  Permafrost Seberia

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Ursus spelaeus

HAND

The cave bear (Ursus spelaeus) was a species of bear that lived in Europe and Asia during the Pleistocene and became extinct about 24,000 years ago during the Last Glacial Maximum. This hand with claws is 29inches long with claws up to 5 CMs. Romania  ( Pleistocene)

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Mammoth

LEG

A mammoth is any species of the extinct elephantid genus Mammoth's. This mammoth limb is 88.5cms long only PVA used to protect this fossil

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Mammoth

RIB

Mammoth rib 31inches round the curve rare Bouldnor find. Pliocene

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Whale

RIB

Whale Rib 21 inches. MIOCENE / PLIOCENEWhale Rib 21 inches. MIOCENE / PLIOCENE

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Brothriodon

JAW & TOOTH

Brothriodon (Elomeryx) Elomeryx is an extinct genus of artiodactyl ungulate, and is among the earliest known anthracotheres. Part jaw with teeth and one tooth with root. Oligocene

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Mammoth

TOOTH

Mammoth Large tooth 10 inches long. Early Pliocene

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Pigmy mammoth

TOOTH

Pigmy mammoth tooth great condition.  Early Pliocene

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Horse

TEETH

Horse teeth Bouldnor Yarmouth IOW

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Wooly Ryino

JAW

Wooly Ryino jaw with teeth

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Deer

VERT

Deer vert with all processes (Pleistocene)

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Boss bison

VERT

Boss bison vert (IOW found )

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Whale

JAW WITH TEETH

8 inch whale jaw with 3 teeth

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Aurochs

HORN

Aurochs horn, extinct 1627, found in Wroxal railway tunnel IOW Pleistocene

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Bison

HORN

Bos Bison horn, Abbingdon

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Bison

HOOF

Boss bison hoof, Bouldnor

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Water buffalo

JAW

Water buffalo 6.5 inches. Bubalus Palaeokarbau Indonesia

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Buffalo

HORN

40 CMs Buffalo horn

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Horse

JAW

Horse jaw Bouldnor IOW

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Bison

LIMB

19 inch Bison limb Hampseted beds Bouldnor IOW (Pleistocene)

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Boss bison

LIMB

18 inch Boss bison limb Hampseted beds Bouldnor IOW

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Bos Bison

VERT

20 inch long Bos Bison vert and neural arch IOW find.  Hampseted beds Bouldnor IOW (Pleistocene)

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Horse

LIMB

Horse bone 22 CMs long Hampseted beds Bouldnor IOW (Pleistocene)

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Anthracotherium

JAW

The European Anthracotherium magnum was approximately as large as a pygmy hippo (about 2 m long and weighing up to 250 kg) Bouldnor IOW. (Oligocene)

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Cave Bear

TEETH

Cave bear teeth, Romania (Pleistocene)

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Ichthyosaurus

RIBS & TEETH

Ichthyosaurus teeth and ribs (Jurrasic)

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Brothriodon

JAW

Brothriodon (Elomeryx) Elomeryx is an extinct genus of artiodactyl ungulate, and is among the earliest known anthracotheres. Part jaw with teeth and one tooth with root. IOW, Bouldnor

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Ursus spaelaeus

JAW

Cave Bear Large half of a Lower Jaw (26 cm). Ursus spaelaeus.
Provenance France (rare)
Size: 26 cm long, 6 cm wide, 4 cm thick
About 250,000 years ago, Ursus spelaeus or the cave bear disappeared like the other representatives of the Quaternary megafauna just over 10,000 BC.

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Bison

TOOTH

Bison, Ice age 30,000 Yarmouth IOW

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