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COLLECTION OF ICE AGE REINDEER BONES FROM THE NORTH SEA
COLLECTION OF ICE AGE REINDEER BONES FROM THE NORTH SEA COLLECTION OF ICE AGE REINDEER BONES FROM THE NORTH SEA COLLECTION OF ICE AGE REINDEER BONES FROM THE NORTH SEA COLLECTION OF ICE AGE REINDEER BONES FROM THE NORTH SEA
 

COLLECTION OF ICE AGE REINDEER BONES FROM THE NORTH SEA


COLLECTION OF 6 BONES FROM REINDEER.

Rangifer tarandus  Linn√©

During the Devensian glaciation there was a land area connecting eastern England to the low countries. It meant that huge herds of reindeer could migrate and feed over a huge area that is now the North Sea. These remains are regularly dredged up by Dutch trawlers.

A / part of the skull. 13 x 8 x 1.5 cm.
B / shed antler from a juvenile. 17 cm. long.
C / complete tibia. 33 cm. long
D / complete metacarpal. 20 cm. long.
E / metacarpal of juvenile with wolf 'puncture' wound. 18 cm. long.
F / Calcaneum (ankle bone). 9 cm. long.

Pleistocene, Devensian
Dredged from the North Sea
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