-Matrix Size: 12”L x 9”W x 5/16”L
-Leg Size: 5&1/8”L
-Species: Messelornis nearctica
-Notes: An extremely rare bird fossil of superb quality from the famous Green River Formation. This species is an extinct relative of the sunbittern.
-Age: Eocene epoch, 54-49 million years ago
-Location: Green River Formation, Wyoming, USA
-Size: 5&1/4"L x 5&1/2"H -Species: Raphicerus campestris -Notes: This small African antelope is also known as the "steinbuck" or "steinbok." When hiding, they are known to take refuge in aardvark burrows. This fantastic specimen is of a male (does not include mandible). -Location: eastern and southern Africa This item can not...
-Size: 3&1/8"L -Species: Procavia capensis -Notes: An exceptional skull from a fairly obscure mammal. Though rodent-like in appearance, it makes up part of the mammal clade known as Paenungulates, which includes it closest living relatives, the manatees, dugongs, and elephants. You will receive a different specimen of the same amazing quality....
-Size: 6”L x 3&1/2”H -Species: Hystrix cristata -Notes: An exceptional skull from the largest species of porcupine. When its quills are raised on its back it creates a "crest" shape, giving it its name. Contrary to popular belief, porcupines do not shoot their quills from their bodies. You will receive a...