Woolly Mammoth molar 2
A lovely example of a mammoth tooth with great colour. This has been really well preserved, probably buried in the sediments on the sea bed. This has given it a great colour and finish and really nice definition. This molar was collected from the bed of the North Sea which was a rich feeding ground about 50,000 years ago for these large mammals including the mammoth and woolly rhinoceros.
This specimen has split into two as can be seen in the photographs. This could be repaired with epoxy to create an intact molar. It measures 19cm long x 10cm high and 6.5cm wide and weighs in at 1.5kg. A really nice coloured specimen for a collection