Woolly Rhino (Coelodonta)

The Woolly Rhinoceros, Coelodonta, is well known from plentiful fossil, sub-fossil and mummified remains, as well as from specimens frozen in ice, and also the cave paintings and remains tools, utensils and ornaments of Neanderthal people and our own prehistoric ancestors.
Like the Woolly Mammoth, it’s long, coarse hair kept out the snow and wind on the tundra and steppe of the recent Ice Ages.
The Woolly Rhino probably originated in East Asia about 350,000 years ago and spread to Europe, but it never reached North America.
It survived in some areas to perhaps just 10,000 years ago. The front horn reached a length of more than 1m/3ft in older males.