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- Object Name: Mammal
- ObjectNumber: 015476
- Summary: Baby Mammoth Jaw from the North Sea
- Description: A very well preserved large baby mammoth jaw with molar in situ showing detail of tooth roots and blood vessels within the jawbone.
- Field Collection Place: Sea dredged off brown bank, off Lowestoft, North sea
- Geological Complex:
- Mammuthus primagenius
- Associated Period:
- For more information contact: Dudley Museums Service