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-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. This specimen has one slightly damaged molar.
-Location: Sub-Saharan Africa, southern North Africa, and the Middle East
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-Size: 7&3/8"L -Species: Threskiornis aethiopicus -Notes: A beautiful example of a rare bird skull. The African Sacred Ibis was much revered in the days of ancient Egypt, and was used to represent the ibis-headed god, Thoth (the god of wisdom, knowledge and writing). -Location: Sub-Saharan Africa, Iraq, Kuwait, and Yemen This...
-Fossil size: 3&5/8"L x 2&3/4"W x 4&6/8"H -Size with display stand:5&1/4"L x 3&1/4"W x 7&5/8"H -Species: Allosaurus fragilis -Notes: A stunning vertebra with rich colors from one of the world's most well-known theropod dinosaurs. Now made even more famous in the Jurassic World film series. Comes with a handsome, museum-quality...
This unique teaching skull was prepared by a Philadelphia-based osteological supply company and possesses many openings and hinges to expose the inner workings of the human skull, including a completely detachable temporal bone that can be split in half. This rare piece still displays in two faint stamps that say...