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Woolly mammoth

This woolly mammoth tooth was found in Smerdon’s Passage, Kents Cavern on 28th November 1870 and donated to RAMM by the British Association for Advancement of Science....

Brittle star

Brittle stars, or ophiuroids, are echinoderms closely related to starfish. They have long, slender, and flexible arms which they use to crawl along the sea bed. Phrynophiurida are a group...

Aurochs

Aurochs were a huge wild ox, standing two metres high with large horns. This aurochs bone was found in an ancient submerged forest at Westward Ho! in Devon....

Siberian mammoth

Explorers collected the hair from a woolly mammoth. Its body was mummified and locked in the ice sheets of the Arctic at Escholtz Bay in Alaska....

Aurochs bone

This aurochs leg bone dates to the Mesolithic and was found at Westward Ho! in Devon. Aurochs are the undomesticated ancestors of modern cattle that would have been hunted by...

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