COELODONTA (pronounced See-low-DONT-ah) Coelodonta, the woolly rhino, is from the Pleistocene epoch (which lasted from 1.8-0.1 million years ago) and survived the last ice age. It belongs to the family Rhinocerotids, which includes modern-day rhinos. This plant-eater was about 11 feet (3.5 m) long. It had two horns on its snout, the lower one larger than the one between its eyes (about 3 feet (1 m) long). It had long hair, small ears, short, thick legs, and a stocky body. Its fossils have been found in Europe (Britain) and Asia (eastern Siberia). Its shape is known from prehistoric cave drawings. Family Rhinocerotidae.
Rhino horns are composed of a special kind of dense hair that rarely preserves as a fossil. This replica is an anatomical reconstruction of a real horn.
The smaller horn is also available for an additional $50.
38" long around the curve
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