Prehistoric Woolly Rhinoceros
A prehistoric Woolly Rhinoceros with two horns. The German name for the animal was "Vorweltliches Pelz-Nashorn". The woolly rhinoceros was common throughout Europe and northern Asia and survived the last glacial period. It became exticnt about 10,000 years ago.
Based on an antique print from the early 1900s by Heinrich Harder, which we have carefully restored and enhanced.
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