Stegadon bone hand carved mask Prehistoric Online
Stegadon bone hand carved mask Prehistoric Online
Stegadon bone hand carved mask Prehistoric Online
Stegadon bone hand carved mask Prehistoric Online
Stegadon bone hand carved mask Prehistoric Online
Stegadon bone hand carved mask Prehistoric Online
Stegadon bone hand carved mask Prehistoric Online
Stegadon bone hand carved mask Prehistoric Online
Stegadon bone hand carved mask Prehistoric Online

Stegadon bone hand carved mask

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SKU: or-stegadonmask

Species: Stegadon
Location: South America
Carved in Madagascar
Modern Day carving

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Stegadon bone hand carved mask.

Stegadon fossils are remnants of an ancient proboscidian mammal, belonging to the family Elephantidae. They are characterized by their large size and unique features, including long, curved tusks and a trunk. Stegadons lived during the Pleistocene and early Holocene epochs, with some species persisting until around 4,000 years ago.

These creatures were widespread across various regions, including Asia, Africa, and parts of Europe. They roamed diverse habitats such as forests, grasslands, and savannas. Stegadons were herbivores, feeding on vegetation, and likely played a significant role in shaping their ecosystems.


Fossils of stegadons have been discovered in numerous locations worldwide, often in sedimentary deposits such as riverbanks, caves, and ancient lakebeds. Paleontologists study these fossils to understand the anatomy, behavior, and evolutionary history of these extinct mammals.

Stegadons are often compared to modern elephants due to their similarities in appearance and ecological roles. However, they also had distinct features, such as larger, more robust skulls and different tooth structures.

The study of stegadon fossils provides valuable insights into the ancient environments they inhabited and the broader evolutionary history of proboscidians, which includes modern elephants and their extinct relatives like mammoths and mastodons.

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Weight9 oz
Dimensions6 × 5 × 3 in
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