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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 Linné. 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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