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JorisVV

Share your favourite ICE AGE era fossils, I love to collect them myself :)

 

This is my favourite fossil:

 

Coelodonta antiquitatis lower jaw

Length: 42CM

Weight: 3,557KG 

Location: Permafrost, Siberia

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Ludwigia

Mammuthus primigenius from a gravel pit in Hessen.

 

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paulgdls

Mammoth tusk from the Thames Valley

 

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Ooh, now this is up my alley! Here are a couple!

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Gorgeous Blue Dire Wolf Maxilla

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Killer Orange Dire Wolf Caine

 

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Beautiful Blue Jaguar Canine

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Killer Orange Spectacled Bear Canine with Pink algae!

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Incredibly rare Smilodon Gracilis Carnassial

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mammoth tooth

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mammoth vert with a human vert replica

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wooly rhino humerus. Everything is from Ulyanovsk Oblast, Russia

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2 hours ago, Familyroadtrip said:

Beautiful Blue Jaguar Canine

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That jaguar canine is just killer! I'm not into mammal material at all, but that's one item that'd still be on my wishlist! :notworthy:

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Elephas antiquus. Massive tusk section found in Thames Valley

 

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1 hour ago, pachy-pleuro-whatnot-odon said:

 

That jaguar canine is just killer! I'm not into mammal material at all, but that's one item that'd still be on my wishlist! :notworthy:

Haha, thank you! It means a lot!! Definitely one of my favorite pieces! :D

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Oh boy good thread . Posted this tons of times already. First my Megaloceros giganteus skull. My Megatherium vertabra and one of my two Megaloceros giganteus antlers .

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1 minute ago, Joe_17 said:

Oh boy good thread . Posted this tons of times already. First my Megaloceros giganteus skull. My Megatherium vertabra and one of my two Megaloceros giganteus antlers .

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Wow! Is that skull authentic? Incredible pieces! I love sloth material! I’ve got a 3 1/2” Paramylodon tooth and 4.4” Eremotherium tooth!

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10 minutes ago, Familyroadtrip said:

Wow! Is that skull authentic? Incredible pieces! I love sloth material! I’ve got a 3 1/2” Paramylodon tooth and 4.4” Eremotherium tooth!

Yes it is authentic . I do too although collecting sloth stuff is pretty recent for me . sweet! I got an Eremotherium tooth as well as one from Paramylodon harlani and garbani.

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Oh nice! What are the sizes on them? Got pics?

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10 minutes ago, Familyroadtrip said:

Oh nice! What are the sizes on them? Got pics?

Eremotherium is about 3 1/2, P. harlani is my favorite sloth tooth is about 4 inches and my P.garbani is the smallest.

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38 minutes ago, Joe_17 said:

Eremotherium is about 3 1/2, P. harlani is my favorite sloth tooth is about 4 inches and my P.garbani is the smallest.

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Oh wow, the colors on the Eremotherium tooth are insane!! That Harlani is also killer! 

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I"ve quite a few cool Ice Age pieces, hard to pick a favorite though

 

Partial Palaeoloxodon antiquus lower jaw found in Pleistocene Rhine Grind Deposits, Rhineland, Germany (120 000 - 100 000 years old)

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A huge Mammuthus meridionalis upper jaw molar found in Pleistocene gravel pits, Pest, Hungary (1 000 000 - 800 000 years old) 

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A rare Toxodon platensis upper jaw found in La Plata, Uruguay 

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A lower jaw of a walrus (Odobenus rosmarus) found in "Het Scheur", North Sea, Belgium (40 000 years old)

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Hydrophillus sp. Water beetle found in the McKittrick Brea Tar Pits, Kern County, California, USA (20 000 years old)

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A Glyptodon dermal plate found in Northern Florida, USA (2,5 - 1,8 mya)

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Devensian ice age axe handle made from the first cervical rib of a mammoth. Thames Valley.

 

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My avatar, which is the upper molar of a cave lion, found at a Northsea beach.

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33 minutes ago, sjaak said:

My avatar, which is the upper molar of a cave lion, found at a Northsea beach.

Wow, that’s killer! :thumbsu:

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Helarctos Malayanus, upper Pleistocene, central Java

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2 hours ago, Kiros said:

Helarctos Malayanus, upper Pleistocene, central Java

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I’m not familiar with that species, Bear I’m assuming though, right? How big is it?

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It still an extant species, is commonly called sun bear. During the pleistocene it lived also in Java while now is limited on the mainland, the tooth is 8 cm long

23 minutes ago, Familyroadtrip said:

I’m not familiar with that species, Bear I’m assuming though, right? How big is it?

 

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18 minutes ago, Kiros said:

It still an extant species, is commonly called sun bear. During the pleistocene it lived also in Java while now is limited on the mainland, the tooth is 8 cm long

 

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Ahh, nice! Very cool piece!

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