Cave Bear Jaw | Ancient Fossil Ivory / Specimen

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An outstanding jaw bone, with perfect teeth, from the Pleistocene Cave Bear (Ursus spelaeus) 200,000 to 40,000 years old. This extra large, ultra rare exceptionally preserved, fossil Cave Bear jaw (Urusus spelaeus) from Russia.
The Cave Bears existed in the last Ice Age. These large bears lived in the mountain caves from central Europe to Russia.
The cave bear had a very broad, domed skull, and a stout body. Its skeletal structure was very similar to today's brown bear, and the average weight of a male bear was around 450kg.
Name: Urusus spelaeus      Age: Late Pleistocene      Location: Ural Mountains, Russia
This jaw is in outstanding condition, as are the teeth.
SIZE: 13" x 8" H(back) x 5"(front). Weight - 1.5 lb.