-Size: 16&1/2”L (from wall to nose) x 5&3/4”W x 9”H
-Species: Velociraptor mongoliensis
-Notes: A Darwin and Wallace Exclusive. Cast in high-impact resin and ready to hang on the wall, the Paleo-Taxidermy Velociraptor is 1:1 scale, and is the most scientifically accurate replica of this animal available. Velociraptor, though smaller in reality than in the movies, is the main villain of the Jurassic Park film series. The first specimen of Velociraptor was discovered in 1923 on an expedition led by American Museum of Natural History explorer Roy Chapman Andrews, the man that would one day become the inspiration behind the film character Indiana Jones.
-Age: Cretaceous Period, 75-71 million years ago
-Location: Djadochta Formation, Flaming Cliffs, Mongolia
-Size: 19&1/2”L (from wall to nose) x 9&1/2”W x 9”H -Species: Tyrannosaurus rex -Notes: A Darwin and Wallace Exclusive. Cast in high-impact resin and ready to hang on the wall, the Paleo-Taxidermy Tyrannosaurus rex is the most scientifically accurate replica of this animal available. -Age: Late Cretaceous Period, 67-66 million years...
-Size: all specimens are approximately 8&1/2"L -Species: Struthio camelus -Notes: An authentic, complete toe of an ostrich, held in articulation by a wax-coated string. This specimen serves as an excellent teaching tool for comparative anatomy between the ostrich and the toes of its theropod dinosaur ancestors. You will receive a...
-Size: 2½"L x 2"W x 1&¼"H -Species: Sphenodon punctatus -Notes: Restricted to islands off the coast of New Zealand, the highly protected tuatara has remained virtually unchanged for some 130 million years. It is the sole survivor of a reptilian order which became virtually extinct some 70 million years ago and is now...