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.
This is a fine art print of a lithograph from the early 1900s by Heinrich Harder, which we have carefully restored and enhanced.