Cave Bear Tooth
Cave Bear (Ursus spelaeu) tooth.
Geololgical Age: Pleistocene period: 200,000 – 20,000 years ago.
Location: Cave Deposit – Carpathian Mountains, Romania.
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Fossil cave bear teeth belonging to Ursus spelaeu. These genuine fossil teeth were found in the famous cave deposits in the Carpathian mountains, Romania. The cave bear lived during the Pleistocene period around 200,000 to 20,000 years ago. These specimens are of various teeth such as molars and front teeth, The teeth are worn due to extensive use through out the animals life. Each sample is lacquered to keep them clean and in one piece. Average size of each tooth is 1 inch in size and are supplied in a small plastic box with an information label.