Fossilised rhinoceros jawbone

Fossilised rhinoceros jawbone

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Caption: Fossilised rhinoceros jawbone. Fossilised upper jaw of a Aceratherium sp, rhinoceros. This species of rhino was endemic to Africa and Asia and lived during the Miocene epoch (around 23-5 million years ago). Specimen from the Natural History Museum, Basel, Switzerland, and was found in the Jura Mountains, Switzerland.

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