-Size: 3”L x 2”W x 2”H
-Species: Daubentonia madagascariensis
-Notes: From the rainforests of Madagascar, the aye-aye is, perhaps, the strangest of the primates. They were first classified as rodents due to their rodent-like incisors. About the size of a house cat, they have very large, bat-like ears, large eyes and a flat face. They lack canines and have large incisors similar to rodents, which continue to grow and, like rodent incisors, have enamel only on the front surface. There is a large gap between the incisors and the molars (where most primates have canines). All the digits have claws with the exception of the big toes, which have nails. Their fingers are mostly long and narrow and the 3rd finger has a special adaptation, which makes it useful for feeding. This finger is narrower than the others and can practically swivel in all directions. We are grateful to The Harvard Museum of Comparative Zoology for the loan of this wonderful specimen. 2-part skull (separate cranium & jaw).
-Size: 3&¾"L x 2&¾"W x 2&¾"H -Species: Pan troglodytes -Notes: This 1:2 scale chimpanzee skull is a wonderfully detailed miniature, sculpted by Steve Wagner. This is one skull from a set of 7 (KAM-SET-7). Portable, durable and precise, these skulls are great for quick and easy primate and hominid comparison. Each skull...
-Size: 5&¾"L x 3"W x 4"H -Species: Gorilla gorilla -Notes: This 1:2 scale gorilla skull is a wonderfully detailed miniature, sculpted by Steve Wagner. This is one skull from a set of 7 (KAM-SET-7). Portable, durable and precise, these skulls are great for quick and easy primate and hominid comparison. Each skull...
-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...