Super juvenile Bear Skull
Top quality condition
Complete with all teeth
Great view of the canines
Pleistocecne Bear Skull
This is a superb juvenile skull of Ursus uralensis, discovered in Siberia, Russia. It dates from the Pleistocene Period, 200,000 to 40,000 years old.
Ursus uralensis was not a cave dwelling bear, and lived much as the modern grizzly bear does today.
It was omniverous, and would hibernate during the Winter months.
Like todays bears, it would have have been a formidible adversary.
This juvenile skull is complete with all teeth, and in great condition.
Not to be missed
Size: 25 cms x 15 cms