-Species: Pristiophorus lanceolatus
-Notes: A great example of a prehistoric sawshark tooth, not to be confused with a sawfish tooth. Comes displayed in a glass-covered display box (3&3/8"L x 2&9/16"W).
-Age: Miocene - Pliocene Epochs, 6-4 million years ago
-Location: Bahia Inglesa Formation, Antofagasta, Chile
-Size: 13¾"L x 8¼"W x 6¼"H -Species: Smilodon fatalis -Notes: One of the finest specimens of a Smilodon fatalis (saber-toothed cat) from the world famous La Brea Tar Pits in Los Angeles. The La Brea Tar Pits is home to the most extensive collection of Pleistocene fauna in the world, with...
-Size: 8"L x 4½"W x 4½"H -Species: Thylacinus cynocephalus -Notes: Thylacinus cynocephalus, a marsupial, is variously known as the Tasmanian wolf (given its size and the shape of its head), Tasmanian tiger (due to its striped fur), or thylacine (based on its scientific name, which means something like 'dog head...
-Tooth Size: 3/4" -Species: Halisaurus arambourgi -Notes: A well-preserved and completely natural tooth from one of the smaller (10'-13' long) mosasaurs. While it may have been dwarfed by its contemporary mosasaur cousins, Halisaurus made up for its lack of immensity in speed. Comes displayed in a glass-covered display box (5&1/2"L...