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Cave bear baby jaws - both sides

Cave bear baby jaws - both sides

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These are the lower jaws (Mandibulae) of a baby cave bear Usus spelaeus. The fossils are from the Pleistocene deposits of a cave near Krakow in Poland.

These are the remains of ONE individual, the bones fit perfectly together at the front of the symphysis.

The fossils are unbroken and measure about 10 cm and 9 cm in length. Noteworthy: they even contain 2 molars (which are still deep in the jawbone due to the young age of the individual) - very interesting!

Fossils of cave bear babies are very rare to find and therefore highly sought after by collectors and museums.

The pieces offered here are 100% authentic and without any manipulations. Everything is in its original condition.

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