A picture is worth a thousand words with the above images displaying one of the finest possible bones that we could offer from one of the most famous beasts of the last Ice Age - the Woolly Rhinoceros. With this offering we present a STUNNING femur possessing exceptional preservation from having been buried beneath the ocean floor of the North Sea. This nature of burial explains the beautiful light toffee brown color and stunning state of the bone as opposed to black-brown bones of considerable deterioration which is typical for this source. Even in the poorest of conditions, complete fossil Woolly rhino bones are EXTREMELY RARE. This specimen is amongst the finest we have encountered. It is the most complete, unbroken example we can recall ever seeing, frankly. The images above pale in comparison to handling the actual specimen! The entire bone is present with very minor losses to some edges only. The bone was not broken and is intact and original. The close up images attest to its state of preservation including dramatic bone grain and a perfect and super dense ball joint. The entire bone has been chemically treated to preserve its exceptionally rare condition.