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-Specimen Size: 7" L x 2&3/4" W x 2&1/2" H
-Species: Cavia porcellus
-Notes: Guinea pigs were first domesticated in South America around 5,000 BP. They are used as a food source, as well as being utilized in religious rituals to determine the ailment of a sick person. This specimen has been freeze dried.
-Location: Global distribution (originally Andes Mountains, South America).
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...
-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.
-Vial Size: 2&3/4"L x 1&5/16"W -Species: Gymnocorymbus ternetzi -Notes: A fantastic specimen with excellent detail. This fish is also commonly known as the petticoat tetra, high-fin black skirt tetra, black widow tetra, and the blackamoo. -Location: the Paraguay and Guaporé River basins of southern Brazil, Argentina, and Bolivia.