Fabulous Mammoth Tooth with Beautiful Color

Name: Mammuthus primigenius Tooth
Age:  Pleistocene
Formation:  Ice Age Permafrost
Location:  Taymyr Peninsula, Siberia, Russia
Size: Tooth is 11.2" long, grinding surface is 7.2" long

Specimen SS149

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Here is a fabulous Mammoth tooth of Mammuthus primigenius from the Pleistocene of Russia. This specimen was found in the same area that was featured in the Discovery Channel special, ''Raising the Mammoth''. The tooth is totally 3-dimensional and exhibits beautiful yellow-orange coloration. The grinding surface of the tooth is fully preserved and wonderfully displayed. This HUGE tooth (almost a foot long!) has the long roots intact, which is quite unusual. This is an extremely large, top quality example of a Mammoth tooth from the wilds of Siberia.

A Certificate of Authenticity from EXTINCTIONS is included with this specimen.
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