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Lion fossils: Pelvic bone, tail vertebra and tooth

Lion fossils: Pelvic bone, tail vertebra and tooth

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Product no.: LKLK 1

These bones of the cave lion Panthera Leo Spelaea are from Pleistocene sediments. They are gravel pit finds from Bensheim near river Rhine in Germany. 

In that region sand and gravel are recovered and one occasionally find fossil bones from animals that lived here a long time ago. Predator bones - especially those of the cave lion are extremely rare and very popular with collectors and museums.

The pieces offered here are a pelvic bone, a caudal vertebra (both original fossils) and a tooth (cast).

All pieces are unbroken and have no manipulations at all.

Please note: The tooth is a cast!

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