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Rhinoceros tichorhinus
Date Made/Found: Pleistocene
Donor: William Boyd Dawkins
Excavator: William Boyd Dawkins
Dimensions: 1650 x 650 x 540
Place Object Found: Creswell Crags
Department: Earth Sciences
Accession Number: H4.6.78.2
Creswell Crags is an extermely important site, on the border between Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire. It has been excavated by several palaeontologists over the years. The area is home to several caves, which have yielded significant evidence of local animal life during and before the last ice age. This specimen of Woolly Rhinoceros bone was excavated from Church Hole Cave in 1876.
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