-Size: 6"L x 4"W x 3"H
-Species: Leopardus pardalis
-Notes: The ocelot is native to South America but also can be found in Central America and the southeastern United States. They live in savannah grasslands, tropical forests, mangrove forests and thorn scrub regions and are a member of the cat family; they are between 25 to 38 inches (65 to 97 cm) long. Its pelage has distinctive spotted patterns of black rosettes with centers darker than the lighter-tawny background. Ocelots feed primarily on small mammals such as rats, opossums, squirrel monkeys and land tortoises. One way to distinguish the skull of an ocelot from a cat of a similar size, such as a bobcat or lynx, is to look for the presence of an extra premolar behind the canines in the maxilla. The ocelot will have a small premolar posterior to the canines, while a bobcat and lynx will not. 2-part skull (separate cranium & jaw). Please allow up to 1 week for processing time with cast replicas as most of these items are made to order. Thank you for your understanding.
-Size: various (refer to individual model skull listings for sizes) -Species: Australopithecus afarensis, Paranthropus boisei, Homo erectus, Homo neanderthalensis, Gorilla gorilla, Pan troglodytes, Homo sapiens -Notes: 1:2 scale casts of 7 primate skulls provide an overview of speciation and evolution. These wonderfully detailed miniatures were sculpted by Steve Wagner. Portable, durable...
-Species: Australopithecus afarensis (female and male), Australopithecus africanus, Homo habilis, Paranthropus boisei, Homo sapiens (Cro-Magnon) -Size: A. afarensis (female 2&¾"H), A. afarensis (male 3&¼"H), A. africanus (3&¼"H), H. habilis (2&½"H), P. boisei (3&½"H), H. sapiens (3&½"H) -Notes: 1:4 scale model based on a CT scan of a life-size fossil hominid...
-Size: 8&½"L x 3&½"W x 3&½"H -Species: Orycteropus afer -Notes: Aardvarks are found in sub-Saharan Africa in areas of grassy plains, savanna, bushland and woodland. This nocturnal mammal has a stout body with a long head and snout that brings to mind the head of the anteater (they are not closely...