-Size: 8½"L x 5"W x 8"H
-Species: Homo sapiens (“
-Notes: Dated over 2,000 years old, this skull is an extreme example of binding and elongation. Cranial binding is the shaping of the skull when a child is very young, usually an infant. This wrapping is often done with rope or cloth by itself or against a wooden board. This results in the misshaping, flattening (see our cradle-board skull, BC-222) or, in this case, elongation. This wrapping, or binding, is thought to be the oldest form of body modification, dating back 9,000 years. This particular skull is from Peru, but this practice has occurred in other regions as well. Additionally, this skull is trephinated, which has mostly healed. Metal stand in photo, not included.
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-Size: 13”L x 11”W x 11.5”H -Species: Corvus albus -Notes: A beautiful example of a very desired and rare crow taxidermy. Structurally, the pied crow is better thought of as a small crow-sized raven. This species is not native to North America and is LEGAL to own! -Location: Sub-Saharan Africa This...
-Shadow box size: 7"L x 7"W x 1&7/8" deep -Species: Charon grayi -Notes: Though they are arachnids, whip-spiders are not technically spiders. They use their whip-like appendages to source out potential prey ahead of them and then use their spiny pedipalps for capture. They are also known as tailless whip-scorpions and...
-Shadow box size: 4&3/8"W x 6&7/8"H -Species: Camponotus gigas -Notes: Also known as "Dinomyrmex gigas," this species of ant is one of the largest in the world! You will receive a different specimen of the same amazing quality. -Location: Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, and Thailand This item can not be sent...