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Doggerland Mammoth (10,000 BCE)


Artist : Fossil
Art Form : Enamel
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Description: Great Britain was not always an island. During the Pleistocene, it was the northwest peninsula of the European continent. Bounded to the north by steep walls of ice, the land between was home to a steppe ecosystem full of life. Now lost beneath the waves of the North Sea, this phantom countryside is known as Doggerland. The specimen in the Mini Museum is a fragment of a woolly mammoth tooth recovered from the lost world of Doggerland. Like other Pleistocene megafauna, the Woolly mammoth vanished from most continental regions roughly 10,000 years ago. A few mammoth refuges persisted awhile longer, including small, isolated populations on Alaska’s St. Paul Island and on Russia’s Wrangel Island, until perhaps 4,000 years ago.

Genre: Mini Museum 4

Country: USA



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