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AXIS VERTEBRA FROM A STEPPE BISON - PLEISTOCENE, NORTH SEA.
AXIS VERTEBRA FROM A STEPPE BISON - PLEISTOCENE, NORTH SEA. AXIS VERTEBRA FROM A STEPPE BISON - PLEISTOCENE, NORTH SEA. AXIS VERTEBRA FROM A STEPPE BISON - PLEISTOCENE, NORTH SEA. AXIS VERTEBRA FROM A STEPPE BISON - PLEISTOCENE, NORTH SEA.
 

AXIS VERTEBRA FROM A STEPPE BISON - PLEISTOCENE, NORTH SEA.


Bison priscus Bojanus.

The first vertebra where the skull articulates. Steppe Bison had huge heads. The neck vertebra in particular had to be strong and robust to cope with the weight. This particular bone is in beautiful condition with all the faces intact.

Pleistocene, Devensian.
Dredged from the Brown Bank, North sea, off Lowestoft.

Specimen : 14.5 x 14.5 x 11.5 cm.



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