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BISON 'CANNON BONE WITH TEETH MARKS - PLEISTOCENE, NORTH SEA.
BISON 'CANNON BONE WITH TEETH MARKS - PLEISTOCENE, NORTH SEA. BISON 'CANNON BONE WITH TEETH MARKS - PLEISTOCENE, NORTH SEA. BISON 'CANNON BONE WITH TEETH MARKS - PLEISTOCENE, NORTH SEA. BISON 'CANNON BONE WITH TEETH MARKS - PLEISTOCENE, NORTH SEA.
 

BISON 'CANNON BONE WITH TEETH MARKS - PLEISTOCENE, NORTH SEA.


Bison priscus Bojanus.

Complete metacarpal bone from the lower front leg of a Steppe Bison. On the inner face towards the proximal end of the bone are a series of four parallel shallow smooth grooves. These are the teeth drag marks from a predator. In this instance it is almost certainly from the Ice Age Lion, Panthera leo Linn√©. Lovely example of evidence for predation.

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

Bone :  24 cm. long.



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