Since the middle of 1999 the authors of this article search fossils at a sandpit in the neighbourhood of Coesfeld (West Germany). The findings comprise, amongst others, marine fossils from the Campanian and Pleistocene bone remains. The fossils from the Campanian (Late Cretaceous) consist of, amongst others, sponges, corals, belemnites, sea urchins, brachiopods etcetera. Although very interesting, these findings are only additional findings; the Pleistocene bone remains are preferred. This article mainly deals with a number of findings of the gray wolf ( Canis lupus) and the musk oxen ( Ovibos moschatus). In both cases the specimens probably belong to one individual.