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- Object Name: Mammal
- Object Name: Fossil
- Object Name: Mammoth
- ObjectNumber: Geology Temp 11
- Summary: A large fossil Mammoth molar from Wolverhampton.
- Description: A fossil molar from a Woolly Mammoth called Mammuthus primigenius. This specimen is a well preserved large, complete molar tooth. The bone is dense and fossilised, with a fractured exterior. The bone is a brown/yellow colour. The tooth is blunt because it was used to chew vegetation. The individual crowns are clearly visible and white in colour. The centre of these are yellow and smooth. The one end of the specimen is pale in colour and smooth. AR/CB 05/05/2010
- Inscription: Original label; Stamp paper; Ripped with only half left; ...olar of... mut... maximus; Hand written note on specimen in pencil Found Low Hill Bushbury Wolverhampton; Yellow circular sticker
- Dimensions: Fossil - 235mm x 157mm x 80mm
- Colour: Brown Yellow
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- For more information contact: Wolverhampton Arts and Museums Service