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We provide excellent Dinosaur fossils and cast replicas to museums, universities and collectors. We ship anywhere in the world and accept checks, money orders, credit cards, paypal and purchase orders. Payment plans and escrow are also available on some items. All items are cast in the best resins available.

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Baboon: Mandrill Baboon (male) death cast replica

Mandrill mandrillus sphinx (male) death cast

Life size hollow resin cast measures: approx. 9 inches long x 5 inches wide.

Resin cast: $60.00 (plus shipping)

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Chimpanzee skull cast replica (Male and Female)

Chimpanzee skull cast Museum quality Chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes) adult male skull cast replica

Resin cast $218 plus shipping

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Adult male chimpanzee skull cast with optional stand $253 (plus shipping)

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Chimpanzee: Adult female Chimpanzee (item # BC-248)

Chimpanzee: Adult female Chimpanzee (item # BC-248)

Adult female chimpanzee skull cast

Measures 7 1/2" Long, 4 3/4" Wide, 5.5" High

Resin cast replica $208 (plus shipping)

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Chimpanzee: Infant skull cast
Chimpanzee infant skull cast

This Chimpanzee Infant Skull is from an individual with an age of 11 to 12 months

Measures: 5" Long, 3 1/4" Wide, 5" High

$170.00 (plus shipping)

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Chimpanzee: Chimp fetal skull cast
Chimpanzee fetal skull cast

Measures: 3 1/2" Long, 2 1/2" Wide, 2 1/2" High

$135 (plus shipping)

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Chimpanzee Brain cast (item #KO-292-B)
Chimpanzee Brain cast (item #KO-292-B)

Chimpanzee Brain cast replica

Pan troglodytes

Measures 4 1/2" Long, 3 1/2" Wide, 3 1/2" High

$210.00 (plus shipping)

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Gibbon life cast / death cast
Gibbon: Siamang Gibbon Life mask / death mask of an adult Gibbon.

Life size. This life cast was molded from an original specimen.

Gibbon: Siamang life cast / death cast

Resin cast $30 (plus shipping)

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Gorilla: Male Western Lowland Gorilla Skull (item #BC-001)
Gorilla: Male Western Lowland Gorilla Skull (item #BC-001)

Male Western Lowland Gorilla Skull cast replica.

Gorilla gorilla

Measures 12" long, 7" wide, 9" high

$270.00 (plus shipping)

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Gorilla skull with metal stand

$305.00 (plus shipping)

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Gorilla skeleton cast replica

Gorilla: Complete Articulated Gorilla skeleton cast replica

Assembled $4,800 (plus crating/shipping)

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Gorilla life cast / death cast
Life mask / death mask of an adult male gorilla.

Life size

$60 (plus shipping)

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Gorilla: Bust death cast of juvenile Gorilla.
Gorilla bust cast

Death cast bust of a juvenile gorilla. Eastern Highlands Gorilla / Gorilla gorilla beringei

Life size. Cast measures: 9 1/2 inches tall, and 8 inches from the front of face to back of the head/back, and 12 inches wide from arm to arm.

Color: Off white or black (please add a note with your order which color you prefer).

$120 (plus shipping)

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Orangutan (female) death cast replica
Orangutan (female) death cast replica

Orang-utan Pongo pygmaeus (female) death cast. Life size cast measures: ____

Resin cast: $50.00 (plus shipping) (plus shipping)

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Rhesus Monkey / Macaca Mulatta (female) death cast

Rhesus Monkey / Macaca Mulatta (female) death cast

The rhesus macaque (Macaca mulatta), also called the rhesus monkey, is one of the best-known species of Old World monkeys. It is listed as Least Concern in the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species in view of its wide distribution, presumed large population, and its tolerance of a broad range of habitats. Native to South, Central and Southeast Asia, troops of Macaca mulatta inhabit a great variety of habitats from grasslands to arid and forested areas, but also close to human settlements

Rhesus monkey death cast. Resin cast $50.00 (plus shipping) (plus shipping)

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Aegyptopithecus zeuxis Skull (item # BH-025)

$149.00 (plus shipping) (plus shipping)

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The Aegyptopithecus zeuxis skull was first discovered in the Egyptian Faiyum Depression by E. Simons' team in 1966. A. zeuxis is probably the best known of the propliopithecids (believed to be an ancestor of Old World monkeys and hominoids). With its long snout and small brain case, it bears a close resemblance to adapids (modern lemurs and lorises); however, its dentition points to a relationship to Old World higher primates (monkeys and apes). It had a 2:1:2:3 dental formula and a postorbital region enclosed by bone. Aegyptopithecus, sometimes called the "Dawn Ape," is an excellent example of a transitional form and an important link between earlier primates and the apes of the Miocene Epoch. Although the initial discovery yielded few remains, today we have a variety of specimens available for study. Differences in tooth size show a marked sexual dimorphism among members of this species. Primates that exhibit a high degree of sexual dimorphism (such as baboons) often live in large social units while those that display very little difference (such as gibbons) usually live in smaller groups. Based on this information, it has been determined that Aegyptopithecus zeuxis may have lived in large, complex social units. The few postcranial remains that have been discovered indicate that this propliopithecid was a slow moving arboreal quadruped, similar to the New World howler monkey, that was capable of leaping and some suspensory behavior. Our recreation was based on CGM 40237 from the Cairo Geological Museum.

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Skull with stand $184

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Ardipithecus cast replicas
Ardipithecus cast replicas (please contact us).

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Australopithecus aethiopicus skull cast replica

Australopithecus aethiopicus skull cast replica

The Black Skull

Australopithecus aethiopicus Skull KNM-WT 17000 cast replica. Sometimes called "The Black Skull"

$120 (plus shipping)

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Australopithecus afarensis "Lucy" skeleton cast replica

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Australopithecus afarensis Lucy skeleton cast replica

Australopithecus afarensis "Lucy" skeleton.

This is an actual cast made from molds of the original fossils. It is not a sculpted recreation.

Skeleton is not reconstructed. We obtained it from an Anthropology class that combined 2 campus's and did not need the extra casts.

We have 2 skeleton casts available for sale.

$2,000.00 plus shipping. Price is firm.

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Australopithecus afarensis Skull cast (item #BH-001)

Australopithecus afarensis skull cast replica.

Measures 8" long, 6"wide, 7 1/4" high

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Lucy skull reconstruction with stand $270 (plus shipping)

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Lucy skull reconstruction

Australopithecus afarensis Skull "Lucy" measures: 6 1/2" Long, 5" Wide, 5 1/2" High Two versions of the same skull are available with the reconstructed areas in either light or dark brown finish, with the jaw and skull fragments in contrasting fossil color.

Lucy skull reconstruction in light finish (item #BH-021-A) or dark finish (item #BH-021-T)

$280.00

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Lucy skull with optional metal stand $315

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Australopithecus afarensis dental cast

Australopithecus afarensis LH2 cast replica.

Measures:

$90.00 (plus shipping).

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Australopithecus afarensis dental cast

Australopithecus afarensis LH4 cast replica.

Measures:

$90.00 (plus shipping).

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Australopithecus africanus STS 5 "Mrs. Ples" skull (actual cast)

The skull of "Mrs Ples" was discovered at the Sterkfontein Caves, near Krugersdorp, on April 18, 1947. The discovery was made by Dr Robert Broom of the Transvaal Museum, with his assistant, John Robinson. "Mrs Ples" lived on the South African highveld. "Mrs Ples" is the most complete cranium of the species Australopithecus africanus. Formerly the skull was known as "Plesianthropus" which means "almost human". "Mrs Ples" could walk upright, like humans, but she had a small brain, similar in size to that of a modern chimpanzee.

This is an actual cast made from molds of the original fossils.

$180 (plus shipping).

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Australopithecus africanus Skull Sts 5 "Mrs. Ples"

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Australopithecus africanus STS 5 "Mrs. Ples" skull (recreation)

Rendering of "Mrs Ples" Sts 5 skull. Resin cast. Available with or without jaw. Australopithecus africanus Skull Sts 5 "Mrs. Ples" (Skull only, no Lower Jaw) (item #BH-007) $195.00

Australopithecus africanus Skull Sts 5 "Mrs. Ples" (item #BH-007-C)

$280.00

Optional stand $35

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Australopithecus africanus Skull (Taung Child)

Skull measures: 5 3/8" Long, 3" Wide, 4 1/2" High

Taung Child skull resin cast: $195.00 (plus shipping)

Stand for Australopithecus africanus Skull (item #S-BH-016)

Measures: 3" Wide, 4" Long

$35.00 (plus shipping)

Australopithecus africanus Skull (Taung Child) BH-016 The Australopithecus africanus Skull (Taung Child) was discovered by M. de Bruyn in Taung, South Africa in 1924. Anatomy professor Raymond Dart identified this juvenile skull as a new genus and species of hominid in 1925 in Nature (Australopithecus africanus, which means "southern ape of Africa"). Dart considered his new man-like ape to be intermediate between humans and apes. The skull, though immature, features several hominid-like characteristics including: a rounded, high forehead lacking browridges, rounded dental arcade, no space between canine and first lower premolar, and a foramen magnum (the hole under the skull from which the spinal cord emerges) positioned forwardly under the skull, indicating bipedal locomotion. On the other hand, the child's cranial capacity is estimated at 405 cc, with a projected adult size of 440 cc., well within the ape range. It was not until other, adult, specimens were discovered in southern Africa during the next twenty years that Australopithecus africanus began to gain acceptance in the established scientific community.

In 3 pieces: cranium, jaw and brain.

This is a sculpted recreation.

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Australopithecus africanus skeleton Stw 431

Skeleton of Australopithecus africanus specimen Stw 431 Preserves beautiful vertebra and pelvis, shoulder elements and arm fragments.

Only 1 available: $900 (plus shipping)

This is an actual cast.

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Australopithecus africanus partial endocast

Australopithecus africanus

Adult endocast (right side of endocast only)

$150 (plus shipping)

This is an actual cast.

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Australopithecus boisei OH 5, Zinjantropus; "Zinj", "Nutcracker man"

Paranthropus boisei / Australopithecus boisei

Site: Olduvai Gorge (FLK, Bed 1) Tanzania

Discovered By: Mary Leakey 1959

Gender: Male (based on sagittal crest)

Cranial Capacity: 530 cc

Young adult (based on open sutures and 3rd molar eruption) Large, massive molars used to crush vegetation

Resin cast (not a sculpted recreation) of the famous OH 5 skull.

$120 (plus shipping)

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Australopithecus boisei OH 5, Zinjantropus; "Zinj", "Nutcracker man"

Paranthropus boisei / Australopithecus boisei

$195 (item #BH-015)

_______ A. boisei skull with reconstructed jaw cast $280.00 (item #BH-015-C)

_______ Skull and optional stand $315

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Australopithecus boisei KNM-ER 406 (item #BH-006)

Australopithecus boisei KNM-ER 406

This skull was discovered by Richard Leakey at Koobi Fora, Kenya, in 1969.

An interesting feature of this specimen is a little hole on the frontal bone, which may be rare evidence in early hominids of bone disease.

Resin cast recreation.

Measures 7 3/4" Long, 6 3/4" Wide, 6 1/2" High

$195 (plus shipping)

KNM-ER 406 skull and optional display stand

$230 (plus shipping)

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Australopithecus boisei KNM-ER 732 (item #BH-026)

Australopithecus boisei Female. The Australopithecus boisei Skull KNM ER 732 was discovered in 1970 at Koobi Fora, Kenya by R. Leakey and H. Mutua and described in Nature in 1971. A comparative analysis of KNM ER 732 and KNM ER 406 revealed a host of similarities with the only differences (e.g., smaller size, lack of sagittal and nuchal crests in KNM ER 732) being typical of the sexual dimorphism found in great ape skulls. Consequently, KNM ER 732 is considered to be a female and KNM ER 406 a male of the species, Australopithecus boisei. Using the sexual dimorphism found in this pair as a guide, researchers suggested that A. robustus and A. africanus, which had been hypothesized by some to be male and female specimens of the same species, were, in fact, far more different than one would expect from simple sexual dimorphism. They proposed instead that A. robustus and A. africanus were separate species.

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KNM-ER 732 skull and optional display stand

$230 (plus shipping)

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Laetoli hominid track casts

Laetoli hominid track casts

This cast has 2 hominid tracks total.

$200 (plus shipping)

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This cast has a total of 6 hominid tracks

$600 (plus shipping)

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Homo erectus Skull - Tattersall / Sawyer Recreation (item #BH-038 S-BH-038)
The following text was provided by Gary Sawyer:

This 1995 reconstruction of Zhoukoudian (Choukoutien) Homo erectus was selected from the comprehensive first generation casts housed at the American Museum of Natural History (AMNH). These excellent, highly detailed casts were prepared by Dr. Franz Weidenreich and his colleagues just prior to the tragic loss of the original fossils during WWII. These casts, the reference set of which were officially presented to the AMNH in 1941, are all that remains of the original Zhoukoudian fossil humans.

Since Weidenreich had previously constructed a female skull from fragmented parts, the interest of Tattersall and Sawyer was to create a male skull, for which more elements were actually available. To do so, all skull elements were based on presumed male specimens as previously determined by Dr. Weidenreich.

The basic reconstruction began with the cranial vault from male skull XII because it preserves the proximal halves of both nasal bones and most of the lateral margin of the left orbit, including the superior part of the malar (zygomatic) bone. To these key structures were added the inferior portion of a left malar, the frontal process of a left maxilla, another portion of a left maxilla and two substantial portions of the right and left sides of the mandible. The mandible halves are from the same individual, while the cranial elements are from an assortment of different individuals.

This assemblage of facial and cranial parts-the former mostly from the left side-produced a near complete continuity of facial elements from top to bottom and side to side of the skull. The rebuilt left side of the face was then mirror-imaged to create the missing right side. Casts of isolated teeth from Zhoukoudian served as models for sculpting missing teeth.

For a comprehensive and detailed description of this reconstruction see: Tattersall, I & Sawyer, G. J. (1996). The skull of "Sinathropus" from Zhoukoudian, China: a new reconstruction. Journal of Human Evolution, 31, 311-314.

The Homo erectus Skull Peking Man is also known as Pithecanthropus pekinensis (Sinanthropus). The reproduction offered here was recreated by Ian Tattersall and Gary J. Sawyer using original casts when possible. Their reproduction clearly indicates the areas that were sculpted and which were based on original fragments. The dark colors represent the areas that were created using casts from original material (from multiple specimens). Licensed exclusively to Bone Clones, we are grateful to Tattersall and Sawyer for permitting us to cast this remarkable piece.

$349 (plus shipping)

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Homo ergaster Skull KNM-ER 3733 (item #BH-011)

Homo ergaster Skull KNM-ER 3733 (item #BH-011)

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The Homo ergaster Skull KNM-ER 3733 with dentition was discovered by B. Ngeneo in 1975 in Koobi Fora, Kenya, and described by R. Leakey in Nature in 1976. Several teeth are intact, but no mandible was ever found. Of great significance is the fact that this skull was found in the same sediment layer that A. boisei KNM-ER 406 had been six years earlier, adding to the evidence against the single species hypothesis, the notion that only one hominid species existed at any time in history. Also known as Homo erectus, KNM-ER 3733 is said to be very similar in appearance to the H. erectus finds of Peking, China, including a cranial capacity of 850 cc, keeling of the cranium and the presence of an occipital torus. Due to its features (including wear on teeth and closure of cranial sutures) and compared to KNW-WT 15000, this specimen is considered to be a mature female

Cast measures: 7 5/8" Long, 5 1/4" Wide, 5 1/2" High

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Homo ergaster KNM-ER 3733 (cast from original fossil)
We are offering here a cast of the Homo ergaster skull KNM-ER 3733.

This cast was molded from the original fossil skull. It is not a sculpted recreation.

$295 (plus shipping)

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Neanderthal and hominid fossil tools (casts / replicas) Set of 21 (item # MS-100-SET)

Item #MS-101, 2.75" 1" Awl $42.00

Item # MS-102, 2.5" 1.25" Knife/Scraper $42.00

Item # MS-103 2" 2.25" Knife/Scraper $45.00

Item # MS-104 3.5" 1.75" Knife/Scraper $52.00

Item # MS-105 3.5" 1.75" Knife/Scraper $52.00

Item # MS-106 3.5" 1.75" Knife/Scraper $52.00

Item # MS-107 2" 1" Knife/Scraper $42.00

Item # MS-108 3.75" 1.5" Knife/Scraper $45.00

Item # MS-109, 4.75" 1" Knife/Scraper $52.00

Item # MS-110, 3" 1.75" Knife/Scraper $52.00

Item # MS-111, 3" 1.75" Knife/Scraper $43.00

Item # MS-112, 3.25" 1" Knife/Scraper $52.00

Item # MS-113, 4.5" 1.5" Knife/Scraper $52.00

Item # MS-114, 2.75" 1.5" Core $43.00

Item # MS-115, 4" 2.5" Core $65.00

Item # MS-116, 4" 2" Core $53.00

Item # MS-117, 3" 2.5" Hammer $52.00

Item # MS-118, 5.75" 2" Axe $53.00

Item # MS-119, 4.5" 2" Axe $53.00

Item # MS-120 Photo 4.25" 3.25" Axe $65.00

Item # MS-121, 4.5" 2" Axe $52.00

Neanderthal and hominid fossil tools (casts / replicas)

Set of 21 Neanderthal Tools (item # MS-100-SET)

This set of 21 tools, which includes awls, axes, knives, scrapers, cores and hammer, was collected between 2000 and 2004 in Romania. While collectors searched the hundreds of caves in the Romanian Valley looking for fossil cave bears, these tools were discovered. According to Steve Wilson, who once owned the originals, the tools were collected by Walter Franz and taken to a museum in Germany where they were dated at between 85,000 to 125,000 years ago, part of the Mousterian Industry. Mr. Wilson obtained these from Mr. Franz. The originals now reside in a private collection owned by Mr. and Mrs. Craig Seleck of Florida. Each one of these specimens is also available separately.

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Hominid skulls and skeleton cast replicas from Taylor Made Fossils Primate casts chimpanzee skeleton skulls, gorilla, bonobo, baboon, great apes, monkeys endocasts etc

Please inquire about casts of:
Proconsul nyanzae cast replica
Proconsul major cast replica
Proconsul africanus cast replica
Kenyapithecus wickeri cast replica
Holocene Homo sapiens cast replica
Early Homo sapiens cast replica
Homo erectus cast replica
Homo rudolfensis cast replica
Homo habilis cast replica
Australopithecus afarensis cast replica Lucy
Australopithecus boisei cast replica and more.



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