-Species: Mammut americanum
-Size: 7&1/2"L x 4&1/4"W x 6"H
-Notes: A fantastic and large example from the classic American mastodon. The word mastodon means "breast tooth," and refers to the nipple-like projections that make up the tooth's crowns. Mastodons used their teeth for crunching branches and leaves, while mammoths used their ridged teeth for grazing on grasses. Acrylic block not included.
-Age: Pliocene to Pleistocene epochs, 4,750,000 to 1,808,000 years ago.
-Location: Alachua Formation, Alachua County, Florida, USA
-Species: Mammuthus primigenius -Size: 3&1/2"L x 1&3/4"W x 2&3/4"H-Notes: A beautiful example of a baby woolly mammoth tooth, dredged from the North Sea of Europe.-Age: Pleistocene epoch, 50-25 thousand years ago-Location: The North Sea, northern Europe
-Species: Mammuthus columbi -Size: 4&1/4"L x 3&3/8"W x 2&3/4"H-Notes: A nice example of a Columbian mammoth tooth with roots. Columbian mammoths are known throughout North America, and genetic evidence suggests that they interbred with their smaller cousins, the woolly mammoths. -Age: Pleistocene epoch, 2.8 million to 11,700 years ago-Location: Charleston County, South...
-Species: Mammuthus primigenius -Notes: A genuine section of woolly mammoth flesh, preserved by the permafrost of Siberia. Flesh, as well as hair, can be preserved as the climatic conditions of Siberia have remained the same since the Ice Age. Comes displayed in a glass-covered display box (5&1/2"L x 4&1/2"W x 7/8"H). You...