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Forest elefant tooth

Forest elefant tooth

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Product no.: SZ 24

This tooth of a "Forest Elephant" was found in the pleistocene sediments (gravel pits) of Stockstadt, Germany.

It is a tooth from the upper jaw (M3).

The fossil is not complete but unbroken. It measures about 18 x 17 x 11 cm. It is heavily mineralized, its weight is nearly 3 kilograms.

This tooth comes from the nowadyas extinct "Elephas antiquus" formely known as "Palaeoloxodon antiquus". This animal lived in the european forests during the middle and upper pleistocene.

These kind of fossils are much rarer than those of the whooly mammoth.

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