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FINE ELK JAW - EARLY PLEISTOCENE, HUNGARY.
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FINE ELK JAW - EARLY PLEISTOCENE, HUNGARY.


Alces latifrons Johnson.

Alces latifrons was a very large Elk with a particularly broad head. It is typical of the middle Pleistocene (Cromerian) and is recorded from the Cromer Forest Bed of Norfolk. Fine lower left jaw with 5 perfect teeth and one which is broken off. Impressive display item.

Lower middle Pleistocene, Cromerian.
Gyorujfaln, Hungary.

Jaw :  24 cm. long.



Our Price: £85.00




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