Woolly Mammoth tooth on standard.


Weight: 1383 gr / 3.05 lbs     
Width: 16 cm / 6.30 in
Height: 15 cm / 5.91 in
Depth: 7.5 cm / 2.95 in


Item Code: F10
Latin Name: Mammuthus primigenius
Site: North Sea (Doggerland) 
Age: approximately 40,000 years old


On offer is a beautiful upper jaw tooth of an adult Woolly Mammoth from the Pleistocene era. No restoration whatsoever. 


This item is displayed on a granite, black standard


When fossils are discovered in the North Sea, they have to be processed. To prevent their decay and ensure their preservation, the fossils undergo a desalination process. Initially, they are submerged in continuously replenished freshwater for a period of six weeks. Afterwards, they are gradually dried and treated with a museum-grade conservation layer. This not only safeguards the fossils, but also enhances their inherent, breathtaking colours. The entire procedure typically spans two to three months for completion.