Coelodonta antiquitatis (Woolly Rhino horn).
Coelodonta (pronounced See-low-DONT-ah) Coelodonta, the woolly rhino, is from the Pleistocene epoch and survived the last ice age. It belongs to the family Rhinocerotids, which includes modern-day rhinos. This plant-eater was about 11 feet (3.5 m) long. It had two horns on its snout, the lower one larger than the one between its eyes (about 3 feet (1 m) long). It had long hair, small ears, short, thick legs, and a stocky body. Its fossils have been found in Europe (Britain) and Asia (eastern Siberia). Its shape is known from prehistoric cave drawings. Family Rhinocerotidae.
These casts replica are hollow cast of lightweight resin.
Large horn cast measures 38" long around the curve
Ships in a box 36 x 12 x 12 inches