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Wild horse skull - juvenile

Wild horse skull - juvenile

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This skull of a juvenile - not yet adult - wild horse (Equus ferus) comes from the Pleistocene sediments of Radymno, on the San River in Poland.

It is a male individual which can be clearly seen in the canine teeth, these do not exist in female animals. The animal was still very young when it died, some of the teeth are still hidden deep in the jaw.

The fossil is unbroken, it is about 31 cm long and has no manipulations at all!

Rarity, this is the very first Pleistocene skull of a young horse we could get in decades.

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