This includes Bison and related animals such as AUROCH and OX. On this page is some really super quality specimens that all mammal collectors would love to have in their collections. All teeth and bones of Bovine animals can be found here below. The family Bovinae first originated during the Miocene period.
Pleistocene Bison bones from North Sea and Isle of Wight Pleistocene age fossil bones from Doggerland/Brown Bank, in the North Sea, and the Isle of Wight bones are from Newtown Creek.
Bos/Bison bones from Oxfordshire See descriptions for full details. Romano British (Holocene age), Most are Bos Longifrons (short horned cattle) but often there are other species in this section, so please take a look. Also many of these bones show evidence of butchery marks. All were found in Sutton Courtenay, Oxfordshire, UK. You might notice that the code names below are Bison but they are in fact Bos bones. This is just so we can categorise them easier within the same section.
UK Bison Bone 10
Bos longifrons (Calcaneum foot bone) Short Horned Cattle Size: 12.0cm long Found: Sutton Courtenay, Oxfordshire Age: Holocene