Mammoth Tooth (M. trogontherii)
A beautiful and well preserved example of a Molar tooth from a Steppe Mammoth.
The steppe mammoth is an extinct species of Elephantidae that lived over most of northern Eurasia from early to the Middle Pleistocene.
Standing at 13 to 15 feet tall, the Steppe mammoth was larger than its cousin the Woolly Mammoth.
It was just as furry as the Woolly Mammoth, and had tusks nearly 5 metres in length.
Species: Mammuthus trogontherii
Age: Middle Pleistocene, 600,000 – 370,000 years ago.
Approx Size: 10cm x 9cm x 7cm
Approx Weight: 600g