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Contents:  Embryonic jaws & teeth, toe bones, vertebrae, arm bones; RUSSIAN bear bones & teeth; Fossil bear (Siberia, Russia) jaw, teeth, toe, foot, claws, vertebra

 
RARE!!

EMBRYONIC CAVE BEAR JAWS & TEETH

These are fossils of unborn cave bears

Embryonic PARTIAL JAWS
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CAVE-290-1

7-1/8" long x 3" tall x 1-1/8" wide

$189

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CAVE-290-2

5-3/4" long x 3" tall x 1-1/8" wide

$99

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CAVE-290-3

5-3/8" long x 2" tall x 1" wide

$122

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CAVE-290-4

5-5/8" long x 2-1/8" tall x 1" wide

$133

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CAVE-290-5

4-7/8" long x 1-7/8" tall x 1" wide

$99

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CAVE-290-6

6-3/8" long x 2-3/8" tall x 1-1/8" wide

$170

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CAVE-290-7

5-3/4" long x 1-5/8" tall x 1" wide

$99

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CAVE-290-8

5-1/8" long x 1-1/2" tall x 1" wide

$122

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CAVE-290-9

4-1/4" long x 1-3/4" tall x 1" wide

$122

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CAVE-290-10

5-1/4" long x 1-5/8" tall x 1" wide

$114

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CAVE-290-11

4-3/8" long x 1-1/4" tall x 1" wide

$99

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CAVE-290-12

4-3/8" long x 1-3/4" tall x 1" wide

$89

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CAVE-290-13

3-3/8" long x 1-1/4" tall x 3/4" wide

$89

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CAVE-290-14

3-1/8" long x 1-1/4" tall x 5/8" wide

$89

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CAVE-290-15

3-3/8" long x 1-1/4" tall x 7/8" wide

$95

Embryonic CANINE TEETH

measurements are linear rather than following the curvature of the tooth

$95 each

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CAVE-291-4

1-3/8" long

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CAVE-291-7

1-3/4" long

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CAVE-291-8

1-1/2" long

 
CAVE BEAR TOE BONES

Fused together with rod

$115 each, unless marked



CAVE294-4

1-1/4 long x 3/4 wide x 5/8 deep

$35


CAVE-294-5

1-3/4 long x 1 wide x 5/8 deep

$40


CAVE-294-6

1-1/2 long x 3/4 wide x 1/2 deep

$40

 
CAVE BEAR FOOT BONES


CAVE-294-10

Hind foot bone (Calcaneus)
4 long x 2-3/4 wide x 1-3/4 deep

$140


CAVE-294-11

Mid foot bone
1-1/4 long x 1-1/4 wide x 1 deep

$25

 

 
CAVE BEAR CLAWS

Claw (nails made of keratin do not preserve over time, this is the claw core)


CAVE295-2

1-1/2 long x 1 wide x 1/2 deep

$65  SOLD


CAVE BEAR VERTEBRAE
     

CAVE-296-4

5-1/4 long x 3-5/8 wide x 1-7/8 tall

$130

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CAVE-296-5

5-7/8" tall x 4" wide

$140

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CAVE-296-7

5-5/8" tall x 4-1/8" wide

$140

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CAVE-296-9

3-1/2" tall x 6" wide

$160

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CAVE-296-10

6" wide x 3" tall

$160

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CAVE-296-11

6-1/4" wide x 2-7/8" tall

$160

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CAVE-296-12

6-1/8" wide x 2-7/8" tall

$160



CAVE-296-13

Vertebrae
3-3/8 wide x 1-3/4 deep x 2-1/4 tall

$100


CAVE-296-14

Vertebrae
3-5/8 wide x 2-1/4 deep x 4-1/8 tall

$130

 
CAVE BEAR ARM BONES


CAVE-298-7

Radius bone (lower arm)
11-1/4 long x 2-1/4 wide x 1-5/8 deepest

$205

 
GENUINE RUSSIAN BEAR FOSSILS

Ursus Uralensis, or U. Uralensis

Beware of so-called "Russian" or "Siberia" "CAVE BEAR" fossils being offered by other fossil dealers that have not taken the time to educate themselves and know their product.  These are not true "cave" bear fossils (though these are genuine fossils), as they are not a year-round cave dwelling bear.  The cave bear is much larger (SEE BELOW--the Ural Spelaeus)

From the last Ice Age, (Pleistocene) 40-60,000 year old deposits from the Ural Mountain region from SIBERIA, RUSSIA

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Above photos show how big the prehistoric Bear really was!  Photos taken at the Aurora Fossil Club show

Russian bears were larger than present-day grizzlies.  Their diet was mostly vegetarian, but they also may have eaten meat when easily available.  They hibernated in caves (but did not live year-long in caves), where many of them died and their bones are found today.  These are not cave bears.

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CAVE-256-B

Half of lower jaw, 10-1/2" long x 4-1/8" at its widest; 5 teeth including canine

$237

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CAVE-256-C

Portion of bear jaw 9" long x 3 1/2" wide containing two molars; stabilized.  Great specimen to start a bear fossil collection!

$137

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CAVE-256-I

Bear fossil back vertebrae bone, 4-7/8" long x 4" wide x 3" thick

$90

 

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CAVE-256-L

Bear vertebrae, 5-1/2 x 4 x 3-3/4" tall

$97

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CAVE-256-S

Bear partial jaw 3-1/4" long x x 2-3/8" wide x 3-1/4" tall 

$190

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CAVE256-T

Bear jaw 10-3/4" long  x 5-3/8" wide

$237

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Juvenile bear lower half jaw, 6-1/2" long x 2-1/2" at its widest.  Note the large molar coming in sideways.   DISPLAY ONLY

 

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