Mammoth Tooth - Fossil Specimen

Prix réduit$1,800.00 CAD


Mined from: Alaska, USA

Era: Pliocene
Geological Age: 30 000 ya

Description: Woolly mammoths are extinct relatives of the elephants we have today that lived during the last ice age. Woolly mammoths were herbivores that ate mostly grass but also ate other types of flowers and plants. Woolly mammoths had long curved ivory tusks that could grow up to 15 feet. The ears of a woolly mammoth were smaller than an elephant we see today, being minimized by frostbite and heat loss from extreme cold weather. 

Size of tooth: 21cm x 17cm x 7.5cm
Height (including stand): 27.5cm
Weight of tooth (including stand): 2.2kg

Quantity: 1pc

With this product, you will get the actual stone in the photograph. We do what we can to buy good quality products and price them honestly. The rocks may differ from the photos, but we hope we do them justice.

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