-Tooth size: 1/4"L x 1/4"W
-Species: Orthacanthus texensis
-Notes: A beautiful double-fanged Tooth of the slender, eel-like Orthacanthus shark. This bizarre shark was the apex predator of fresh water systems from a time before the first dinosaurs had evolved. It is known for its large dorsal fin and long spine at the back of its skull. Comes in a display box.
-Age: Permian Period, 280-271 million years ago
-Location: Wellington-Garber Complex, Waurika, Oklahoma, USA
-Size: 8&¾"L x 8”W x6&¼"H -Species: Bos taurus -Notes: This two-headed calf is an extremely rare and beautiful specimen. The two heads, mirror images of each other, are fused with only one endocranium and one foramen magnum that connected to a single neck and body. While it may appear to have been...
-Size on Display: 18&5/8"H x 6"W -Fossil Size: 16&1/4"H x 3"W-Species: Equus sp. -Notes: A spectacular, museum-quality specimen of a juvenile horse leg. This piece comes with its own custom-made wood and brass display base.-Age: Pleistocene Epoch, 125,000-10,000 years ago-Location: Interbedded sediments of Peace River, Florida, USA
-Size: 11"L x 5&1/4"H -Species: Tapirus veroensis ("Vero (of Vero Beach, FL) tapir") -Notes: A beautiful jaw with well-preserved teeth. This species is found as far north as Alabama, showing that it could withstand the sub-freezing temperatures of the Ice Age. -Age: Pliocene to Pleistocene epochs, 4,750,000 to 1,808,000 years...