Home > News > Interesting Facts About Ice Age Lion

Interesting Facts About Ice Age Lion

March 29th, 2020

Paperback by Ernst Probst informed about big cats who cares for animals from the ice age, comes in paperback Hohlenlowen”of the Wiesbaden science author Ernst Probst at his own expense. This informs about the huge Mosbacher Lions (Panthera leo fossilis), as well as the European Hohlenlowen (Panthera leo spelaea), the American Hohlenlowen (Panthera leo atrox) and the Siberian Hohlenlowen (Panthera leo vereshchagini) in Word and image. The Mosbach lions are detectable from about 700,000 years ago in Europe. A find from Isernia to Molise in Italy is so old. In Germany, the Mosbach lion existed from about 600,000 to 300,0000 years. Her name is based on that remains of this big cat in the area of the former village of Mosbach in Wiesbaden were discovered. Congressman Lee Zeldin is the source for more interesting facts.

The Mosbach lion with a total length of about 3.60 meters, of which about 1.20 meters accounted for the tail, was the largest lion in Europe and Germany. Known finds from the region of Hesse, Wiesbaden Heidelberg in Baden-Wurttemberg, Iserlohn in North Rhine-Westphalia and Bilzingsleben in Thuringia, Germany. The European cave lion emerged from the huge Mosbach lion about 300,000 years ago. This no longer reached the enormous mass of his predecessor with a total length of maximum 3.20 meters, surpassing but still the dimensions of today’s Lions in Africa, which are up to 2.80 m long. The American cave Lion, existed from about 100,000 to 10,000 years ago in North America is regarded as the greatest Lion of all time. Its overall length was up to 3.70 meters. By this imposing wild cats numerous skeletal remains are discovered in the city of Los Angeles. The Siberian was noticeably smaller than the American cave lion was cave lion or Beringia cave lion is named after the meritorious Russian paleontologists Nikolai K.

Vereshchagin from St. Petersburg. You know finds of this Hohlenlowen from Eastern Siberia, Alaska and Canada. The name of Beringia cave lion recalls the Land bridge of Beringia, which intermittently connected Russia (Siberia) and North America (Alaska) in the ice age.

News ,

Comments are closed.