Cave Bear Tooth - Fossil

Quality: Standard
Sale price$235.00 CAD


Mined from: Krakow, Poland 

Era: Pleistocene
Geological Age: 2 mya

Description: The cave bear or Ursus Spelaeus was a large bear species that lived during the Pleistocene era. The male cave bears could grow to 3.5 meters tall while standing on their hind legs and weigh about 450 kilos.

These cave bears were about three times the size of the brown bears you see today. The cave bears have less pronounced snouts, lower foreheads, and their front legs were longer and stronger than the front. The cave bear's diet was mainly vegetarian.

Approximate Size of 1 piece: 10cm x 3cm x 2cm 
Approximate Weight of 1 piece: 45g

Quantity: 1pc

We do our best to buy quality products- although not every rock is the same. If you choose to purchase the "staff pick option", we will select the best of the batch for you. Otherwise, it will be at random from the larger batch we have in stock.

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