Ursus Maritimus Tyrannus


Ursus maritimus tyrannus (meaning tyrant polar bear ) is an extinct subspecies of polar bear , known from a single fragmentary ulna found in the gravels of the Thames at Kew Bridge , London . It was named by the Finnish paleontologist Björn Kurtén in 1964 and is interpreted to represent a relatively large subadult individual: the ulna is estimated to have been 48.5 cm (19 in) long when complete, [1] for comparison, modern subadult polar bear ulnae are 36–43 cm (14–17 in) long. [1]

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