-Size: 8&1/2”L x 4&1/2”W
-Species: Pan troglodytes
-Notes: Chimpanzee hands are characterized by four long curved fingers and an opposable thumb (also known as a pollex), making it possible for skillful manipulation of objects. This dexterity is of great importance in the survival activities of the primate namely in climbing vegetation, grasping and holding food, holding offspring and making tools. Chimpanzees engage in quadrupedal knuckle-walking, where the fingers are curled up into a fist and the dorsal aspect of the fingers makes contact with the ground. In most primates, the distal tips of the fingers are covered with flat nails and the palmer (the palm side) surface of the hands is covered with dermatoglyphics (fingerprints).
-Tooth size: 1&7/8”L -Species: Gorgosaurus libratus -Notes: A beautiful tooth with fine serrations. Comes displayed in a glass-covered display box (5&1/2"L x 4&1/2"W x 7/8"H). -Age: Cretaceous Period, 80-74 million years ago -Location: Two Medicine Formation – Montana, USA
-Size: 2&1/2"L -Species: Timurlengia euotica -Notes: Very rare, natural fossil with great size. No restoration. Timurlengia was a nimble pursuit hunter with slender, blade-like teeth suitable for slicing through meat. Comes displayed in a glass-covered display box (6&1/8”L x 5&1/8”W x 3/4”H). -Age: Cretaceous Period, 94-89 million years ago -Location: Bissekty Formation – Dzarakuduk,...
-Size: This figure measures approximately 12″ long by 5″ tall boasting 26 points of articulation and includes display base, posing rod w/ two support options, and interchangeable closed running toes. The only Pyroraptor specimen consists of incomplete remains including distinctive foot claws, fossilized teeth, arm and back bones. It gets...