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-Vial Size: 5"L x 2&3/8"W
-Species: Boa constrictor
-Notes: A remarkable, one-of-a-kind specimen of a snake with the visible remains of its last meal. Two black masses on one end show the lizard's eyes, while another black mass on the opposite end are the lizard's fecal matter. Much of the lizard's skeleton is easily visible within the snake.
-Location: Central and South America, and various islands of the Caribbean.
-Size: 6&1/4"L -Species: Vulpes lagopus -Notes: One of the rarer members of the Canid family. This skull is from an even rarer, slightly deformed specimen. -Location: Greenland, Iceland, islands of the Barents and Bering Seas, Fennoscandia, northern Russia, Alaska, and Canada. This item can not be sent outside of the...
-Size: 22"L x 6&5/8"W x 13"H (11&3/4"H without plastic case) -Species: Canis familiaris -Notes: A fine example of a domestic dog skeleton for both teaching and display. Comes with removable plastic case. -Location: Global distribution This item can not be sent outside of the USA.
-Beetle Size: 1&1/2"L x 5/8"W -Matrix Size: 3&1/8"L x 2&3/8"W x 1&1/8"H -Species: Hydrophilus sp. -Notes: A tar pit specimen from the famous La Brea Tar Pits. The left elytron (wing cover) is gone, exposing the delicate and intricate wing beneath. -Age: Pleistocene epoch, 40,000-11,000 years ago -Location: La Brea...