Fossil wolf jaw William Clift
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Fossil wolf jaw
Plate 12 figure 10 from the paper "On some fossil bones discovered in caverns in the limestone quarries of Oreston...", by Joseph Whidbey with the supplementary paper "A description of the fossil bones found in the caverns of Oreston...", by William Clift, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, vol.113 (1823), pp.78-90. Described by William Clift as "An outside view of part of the lower jaw of a wolf, which corresponds most exactly in number, form and size, with those of a full grown recent animal." Fossil found at Oreston quarry, near Plymouth in Devon. Inscribed with publication and plate details and in pencil upper left "Wolf.
Original: ink on paper. 1822
- Image reference: RS-9901
- The Royal Society
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