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Agriotherium sp. Giant Dog-Bear Skull

Agriotherium is an extinct genus of bear-like hemicyonid carnivore. Although hemicyonids such as Agriotherium resembled and are related to bears, they were not bears.

Agriotherium was about 3 m (10 ft) long, making it larger than any living bear. It was primitive in many ways, lacking some characteristics typically found in today's carnivores. Fossils of Agriotherium have been found in South Africa, North America, Europe, and China. Like living bears, it was probably omnivorous. Even though at 1 ton this animal could have taken down large ungulates such as horses, bovines, camelids, and even rhinoceroses, it was probably an opportunist that could have eaten berries, roots, fish, nuts, and carrion as well. Agriotheriumwas evidently a very successful creature, with at least three species inhaiting different continents during its time, and may have been an ancestor to some of today's carnivores. (1999) in Palmer, D.: The Marshall Illustrated Encyclopedia of Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Animals. London: Marshall Editions, 217. ISBN 1-84028-152-9).

Giant Dog-Bear Skull with base

Scientific Name: Agriotherium sp.

Location: China

Late Miocene

Measures 18.5"

Resin cast replica $455

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Arctodus simus Short-Faced Bear Skull

Arctodus simus Short-Faced Bear Skull Arctodus simus (Cope-1897), which is more closely related to the Andean Bears, Tremarctos than to Ursus, have been found in several locations from Mexico to Alaska. Those specimens from Alaska, known as Arctodus simus yukonensis, are typically more robust than those specimens found in more southern latitudes.

These bears were extremely large and weight estimates have been in excess of 1300 lbs. Notably, their limbs were very long and would have dwarfed both the modern Kodiak bear along with the Pleistocene European cave bear.

This specimen was approximately five feet at the hip and stood about 12 feet tall. Arctodus simus has been extinct for thousands of years. The upper canines of this skull are removable, as shown in the insert.

Arctodus simus Short-Faced Bear Skull $575.00

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Arctodus simus Short-faced Bear skeleton cast replica

Short-Faced Bear Skull Arctodus simus skeleton cast replica.

When standing upright this skeleton measures 12 Feet Tall.

Custom poses available.

$19,000.00

Individual bones also available.



Archaeotherium (megachoerus) zygomaticus

Archaeotherium skull with base

Scientific Name: Archaeotherium (megachoerus) zygomaticus

Location: South Dakota, USA

Formation: Brule Age:

Oligocene,

Skull measures: 33" long, 43" wide. The height of the skull from the top of the skull to the bottom of the jugal is 13.5". The skull height with the jaw depends upon how far the mouth is open. The minimum height would be approx 23" with the jaw open only partialy. You can of course open the mouth as wide as you'd like to display it.

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Archaeotherium (Greek, "Ancient Beast") is an extinct genus of entelodont artiodactyl found in North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, and Wyoming. It was a relative of javelinas and other ungulates. In life, it probably resembled a large, fanged, javelina with bumps sticking out of the side of its head.

The largest species, A. mortoni was an aggressive, cow-sized apex predator. Rhino jaws and other mammal bones have been found with bite marks on them that match the large canines of A. mortoni. A fossil trackway in Toadstool Park depicts the path of a Subhyracodon walking forward, stopping to see an Archaeotherium come at it, then breaking into a gallop with the ferocious entelodont hot on its heels. In leaner times, it is suggested that Archaeotherium dug for roots and tubers, as with other pig-like mammals.

Evidence from the Wyoming Dinosaur Center suggests that Archaeotherium,like modern carnivores, had stashes of food when their hunting was unsuccessful. These bones have been found to be mainly made up of Poebrotherium.

Their fossils were first described by Joseph Leidy in 1850.



Archaeotherium (megachoerus) zygomaticus

Archeotherium skull cast replica #2.

Scientific Name: Archeotherium mortoni

Location: South Dakota USA

Formation: White River

Oligocene

Molded from Private Specimen

Skull cast measures: 24"L x16" W

Resin cast $425

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Archaeotherium Skull cast #3

Archaeotherium Skull cast #3

Slightly smaller than our other Archaeotherium skulls, this cast measures 20x13x11in (51x33x28cm).

Oliogocene entelodont, a pig-like artiodactyl of the White River Formation, South Dakota.

$345.00

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Armadillo: Giant Armadillo Skull (Holmesina septentrionalis)

Holmesina is a genus of pampathere, an extinct group of armadillo-like creatures that were distantly related to extant armadillos. Like armadillos, and unlike the other extinct branch of Cingulata, the glyptodonts, the shell was made up of flexible plates which allowed the animal to move more easily.

Holmesina individuals were much larger than any modern armadillo. They traveled north in the faunal interchange, and adapted well to North America, like the ground sloths, glyptodonts, armadillos, capybaras, and other South American immigrants. Their fossils are mostly found in Texas and Florida.

Skull cast measures 13"

Resin cast replica with base: $295

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Giant Armadillo Skull with base.

Holmesina septentrionalis skull cast replica

This skull is from the Pleistocene.

It was discovered in Florida.

Holmesina species were herbivores; armadillos are mostly insectivorous.

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Bat Skeleton Plaque cast replica (item #P308)

Bat Skeleton Plaque cast.

Early Eocene

Mammal.

Lower Green River formation, Lincoln county, Wyoming

$15.00

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Additional picture to show variation

We also have many bat skulls available.

Beaver: Castoroides the Giant Beaver

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Bemalambda skeleton cast replica

Bemalambda pachyoesteus skeleton cast replica.

Paleocene. From Nanxiong, Guangdong

Skeleton cast measures 120 x 30 x 150 cm

Available for sale or lease.

Purchase price: $15,000

Rental price $2,000

Bison



Bison: Fossil Bison antiquus skeleton.

The mounted skeleton pictured above is sold and is shown for reference only.

We will articulate your bison in any pose you choose!

Buy 2 and have them locking horns for an exciting action display.

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Bison antiquus skeleton for sale.

We currently have 2 Bison antiquus skeletons for sale.

Mounted cast replica also available.



Bison antiquus skull cast replica #1 (item #BC-313)

Bison antiquus Skull cast

Age: 12,000 years (late Pleistocene). Discovered at Ayer Pond, Orcas Island, in the Pacific Northwest in 2003. The skull of this specimen is considered to be one of the finest and largest found to date. With a horn spread of 31 inches, Bone Clones captured all the incredible detail of the original, including the intact nasals. Significantly, the bones suggest human activity in this region about 800 years before the Clovis era. The evidence supplied by the bones is consistent with butchering by humans and inconsistent with carnivore activity (e.g., wolves would have typically damaged the nasals, bears would not typically have broken the humerus at its thickest point, and there would have been far more surface damage to the bones).

Bison antiquus Skull cast (item #BC-313)

$738.00 (plus shipping)

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Bison antiquus Skull and Stand item # BC-313-ST

$910.00 (plus shipping)

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Bison antiquus skeleton cast replica.

Bison antiquus skeleton cast replica. Please inquire.

Bison antiquus skull cast replica.

Measures: 25x33x12in.

$710 (plus shipping)

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Bison Latifrons Fossil Skull / Giant Bison skull cast (item #S 312)

Bison latifrons Skull cast replica.

Pleistocene bovida of North American grasslands.

Polyurethane cast of an original Idaho Museum of National History specimen.

Bison skull cast measures: 74cm. / 29in. Horn span 2.2m. / 7.2ft.

$1,680.00 plus $200 crate cost (does not include shipping)

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Bison priscus skull cast

The Steppe Bison, Bison priscus or steppe wisent skull cast replica.

Bison Skull cast replica

Scientific Name; bison priscus skull cast

Molded from a privately owned specimen.

Measures 48"W x31"L

$2,200 plus $200 for crate (does not include shipping)

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Borophagus secundus "Bone Crushing Dog" skull
Bone Crushing Dog Skull with base

Scientific Name: Borophagus secundus

Borophagus is an extinct genus of the subfamily Borophaginae, a group of canids loosely known as "bone-crushing" or "hyena-like" dogs. Borophagus (boro = "carrion" or "flesh" and phagus = "to eat") is the holotype genus. Though not one of the biggest Borophagines, it had a more highly-specialized capacity to crunch bone than larger genera such as Epicyon, which seems to be a trend of the group (Turner, 2004).

This specimen was discovered in Hemphill County, Texas in the Ogallala Formation.

Late Miocene

Measures 8.5"

Resin cast replica with stand $235

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Brontotherium ps Brontops sp. Titanothere skull cast replica

Brontotheriidae, also called Titanotheriidae, is a family of extinct mammals belonging to the order Perissodactyla, the order that includes horses, rhinoceroses, and tapirs. Superficially they looked rather like rhinos, although they were not true rhinos and are probably most closely related to horses. They lived until the very close of the Eocene.

The skull and lowers are from Custer County, SD. The skull (upper) was collected on a cattle ranch in 1992 and the lowers found in the same area but, later in 1999.

Brontops sp. (robustus?)

Crazy Johnson Member

Chadron Formation

Custer County, SD

Molded from a privately owned specimen.

Dimensions of the fossil skull replica: 26" long x 13" wide x 24" tall.

$795 (plus shipping)

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Skull must be crated. Crate cost: $50. Crate size: 34" long, 20" wide, 25" tall. Weight of skull and crate: 82 lbs.

Customer review: "The skull cast arrived in great shape. Your packing job was excellent and the paint is spot on for our preservation here. It will make a fine display"

Titanothere skull replica Brontotherium Brontops

Brontotheres have teeth adapted to shearing (cutting) relatively nonabrasive vegetation. Their molars have a characteristic W-shaped ectoloph (outer shearing blade).

The history of this group is well known, due to an excellent fossil record in North America. The earliest brontotheres, such as Eotitanops, were rather small, no more than a meter in height, and were hornless.

Brontotheres had massive body sizes, although some small species, such as Nanotitanops did persist through the Eocene. Some genera, such as Dolichorhinus, evolved highly elongated skulls. Later brontotheres were massive in size, up to 2.5 m (8.2 feet) in height with bizarre hornlike skull appendages. For instance the North American brontothere Megacerops had large sexually dimorphic paired horns above their noses. The sexually dimorphic horns suggest that brontotheres were highly gregarious (social) and males may have performed some sort of head clashing behavior in competition for mates. However, unlike rhinos, the horns of brontotheres are composed of bone, the frontal bone and nasal bone, and were placed side-to-side rather than front-to-back.

Brontotheres probably became extinct due to an inability to adapt to drier conditions and tougher vegetation (such as grasses) that spread during the Oligocene.

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Caenopus occidentalis extinct fossil rhinoceros cast

Caenopus occidentalis extinct fossil rhinoceros (Rhino) Skull
Caenopus occidentalis was a rhinoceros species that lived in North America during the Oligocene. Fossils of it have been found in Weld County, Colorado. Fossilized remains of another species of the genus, Caenopus dakotensis, have been discovered in the White River Formation of Wyoming. Caenopus was closely related to the rhinos of today. It is classified in the same family as the modern rhinos, which is Rhinoceratidae. However, Caenopus was a hornless rhinoceros. Caenopus was a large animal; it grew to as much as 8 feet in length.

Grasslands became very common during the Oligocene. Many grazing herbivores appeared as a result of it. They included both large and small ones. Rhinoceratids were often heftly in size; smaller grazing mammals included oreodonts, such as Merycoidodon. Rhinos died out in North America during the Pliocene. They became extinct in Europe and northern Asia during the Pleistocene.

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Scientific Name: Caenopus occidentalis

Discovered in South Dakota, in the White River Formation.

Oligocene

Measures 19.5",

Resin cast $350

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Calf: Bos Taurus with Craniofacial duplication

Two heads, fused, but one endocranium and one foramen magnum that connected to a single neck and body. A very rare and beautiful specimen considering that the skulls are literally mirror images of one another. It appears to have been artistically created but really was molded and cast from a real skull. Custom Stand included.

This calf exhibits the rarest form of conjoined twinning known as Diprosopic Parapagus. This bizarre congenital defect results from the complete fusion of the bodies, limbs, necks and rear portions of the skulls of identical twins, with only their "faces" remaining to reveal their individual origins.

We had to show the underside of this unique specimen. Both mandibles were cast separately and attached to the skull in the correct anatomical position to match the original skull.

Cast measures: 8" Wide, 9" Long, 5" Deep

Two-faced Calf (Craniofacial duplication) $675.00

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Caribou - Reindeer Skull w/Antlers cast replica & Stand (item #R S458)
Caribou - Reindeer Skull w/Antlers cast replica & Stand cast replica

Rangifer tarandus; Northern Hemisphere tundras.

Polyurethane cast. 408 x 174 x 172mm / 16.1 x 6.9 x 6.8in. Antler Pair 96 x 74 x 61m. / 37.8 x 29.0 x 24.0in. span, With stand.

$450 (shipping and crating charges not included and will be added before shipping. Please email us for quote)

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Castoroides the Giant Beaver (click here to Return to Top of page)

Castoroides the Giant Beaver cast replica

Giant Fossil Beaver Skull cast replica

Belonging to the Pleistocene era, Rancholabrean epoch, the Giant Beaver became extinct about 10,000 years ago. Although it ranged from Alaska to Florida, there have been very few specimens found. This particular one is considered to be among the largest and most complete. Compared to a modern Beaver, its size was remarkable.

Castoroides ohioensis (item #BC-071T "Tarpit)

Measures 13" Long, 9" Wide, 10" High

Resin cast: $325.00 (plus shipping)

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Castoroides, or giant beaver, is an extinct genus of enormous beavers that lived in North America during the Pleistocene. C. leiseyorum and its northern sister species Castoroides ohioensis, were the largest beavers to ever exist.

Castoroides ohioensis (item #BC-071A "Antique")

Measures 13" Long, 9" Wide, 10" High

Resin cast:$295.00 (plus shipping)

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Cave Bear (Ursus spelaeus) Fossils and casts / replicas

We have the largest selection of Cave Bear (Ursus spelaeus) fossils anywhere. From Real Fossil Cave bear skulls and skeleton fossils to museum quality cast replicas.



Cervalces scotti, Stag Moose, Skull & Antlers cast replica
The Stag-moose or Stag moose (Cervalces scotti) was a large moose-like deer of North America of the Pleistocene epoch. It was slightly larger than the moose, with an elk-like head, long legs, and complex palmate antlers. The species went extinct approximately 11,500 years ago, toward the end of the most recent ice age, as part of a mass extinction of large North American mammals.

Cervalces scotti, Stag Moose, Skull & Antlers

Measures: 183 cm X 122 cm

$3,500 (plus $300 shipping - US, outside US please contact us for price)

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Cervalces scotti, Stag Moose fossil skeletons
The Stag-moose or Stag moose (Cervalces scotti) was a large moose-like deer of North America of the Pleistocene epoch. It was slightly larger than the moose, with an elk-like head, long legs, and complex palmate antlers. The species went extinct approximately 11,500 years ago, toward the end of the most recent ice age, as part of a mass extinction of large North American mammals.

We have real fossil skeletons of both male and female Cervalces. Mounted to your specifications.

$ please contact us for prices

Cervalces skeleton Cast replica skeleton also available.

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Chalicothere Moropus elatus Skeleton cast replica (item #AA106)

Chalicothere Moropus elatus Skeleton cast replica.

Cenozoic North America/Europe. Agate Fossil Beds. Denver MNH.

Skeleton measures 8ft/2.5m length: 6ft/1.8m height.

Mounted and crated skeleton: $21,650

Unmounted Skeleton (item #AA106B): $13,850

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Chalicothere Moropus elatus skull only (item #AA106S).

Skull cast measures: 21.5 inches (547mm)

$500.00 (plus shipping)

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Chalicotheres (from Greek chalix, "gravel" + therion, "beast") were a group of herbivorous, odd-toed ungulate (perissodactyl) mammals spread throughout North America, Europe, Asia, and Africa during the Early Eocene to Early Pleistocene subepochs.

Anisodon grande, formerly Chalicotherium grande.



Chilotherium Skull

Chilotherium is an extinct genus of rhinoceros from the Miocene to the Pliocene of Asia and Europe.

Scientific Name: Chilotherium sp. Discovered in Gansu Province, China. Late Miocene

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Chilotherium anderssoni skeleton cast replica

Chilotherium anderssoni skeleton cast replica.

Late Miocene

From Fugu, Shanxi

Skeleton cast measures 260 x 70 x 130 cm

Available for sale or lease.

Purchase price: $20,000

Rental price $4,000

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Dinocrocuta Skull (Dinocrocuta giganteus) with optional base

Dinocrocuta Skull cast replica.

Resin cast skull $440

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Dinocrocuta skull cast with stand.

Dinocrocuta giganteus.

Skull cast measures 15"

Original specimen discovered in Gansu Province, China in the Guanghe Formation.

From the Late Miocene

Resin cast $450

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Dire Wolf Skull Canis dirus fossil skulls and skeleton cast replicas

Thriving during the Pleistocene, the Dire Wolf is not a direct ancestor of any of today's known species of canine. They once co-existed in North America with Grey Wolves. Dire Wolves had short, thick legs, a larger, broader skull and more massive teeth than the modern wolves. Their brain case is also notably smaller than their remaining canine cousins. Current belief is that they were likely scavengers rather than hunters. Remains of over 3,600 individuals have been recovered from the La Brea tar pits - more than any other species of mammal. This may also be an indication of their preying in packs on dead or incapacitated animals that were themselves trapped in the mire.

Skull cast measures: 12 1/2" Long, 6 1/2" Wide, 5 1/2" High

Dire wolf skull cast with Antique finish $205 (plus shipping)

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Dire Wolf skull cast with Tarpit finish $225 (plus shipping).

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We also offer a Dire Wolf Skeleton cast (a different specimen than the skull shown above) cast replica $9,500 assembled / $6,695 unassembled.

The skeleton will require a crate for shipping. Crate cost $150 for unassembled or $275 if assembled. Shipping cost is not included.

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Elephant: Asian Elephant Adult Female Skull cast replica

Elephant skull cast repliica: Elephas maximus.

From the Indian subcontinent (indicus) Sri Lanka (maximus),

SE Asia.Malaysia (sumantranus).

$1,980.00 Plus crating (if applicable) and shipping.

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Measures 38 inches (965mm)

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Elephant skull (Platybelodon grangeri)

Platybelodon Elephant Skull with base

This skull belongs to a now extinct relative of elephants called Platybelodon grangeri. Platybelodon (meaning "flat-tusk") lived during the Miocene Epoch. It may have gone extinct from overspecialization and inability to adapt to changing environmental conditions.

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The shape of the two lower teeth have led Platybelodon to be known as a "shovel tusker". It may have used it's teeth to strip bark from trees. This specimen was discovered in Gansu Province, China and measures 53" long. Late Miocene.

Resin cast:$2,800 Sale $2,750 Price does not include crating or shipping.

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This skull would make a great comparison piece to my mammoth skulls (lower this page)



Eremotherium Mirabile Giant Ground Sloth Skull cast replica (item# S034)

Superorder: Xenarthra, Order: Pilosa, Family: Megatheriidae, Genus: Eremotherium

Measures 30x15x18in.

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Eremotherium Mirabile Giant Ground Sloth Skull

Eremotherium: Giant Ground Sloth.Edentate of the late Pleistocene.

The original bones were found in Florida, Segment of AA101.

Polyurathane cast of an original from Royal Ontario Museum.

Eremotherium is an extinct genus of ground sloth. The species, E. laurillardi, had a wide distribution spanning both South and North America and is often referred to as the Panamerican Ground Sloth.

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Ernanodon skeleton cast replica

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Ernanodon antelios skeleton cast replica.

Ernanodon antelios is an extinct placental mammal from the late Paleocene of China.

(Kingdom: Animalia, Phylum: Chordata, Class: Mammalia, Order: ?Cimolesta ?Xenarthra, Family: Ernanodontidae, Genus: Ernanodon, Species: E. antelios)

Ernanodon Skeleton cast measures 80 x 22 x 28cm

Available for sale or lease.

Purchase price: $7,000

6 month rental price $3,000 plus shipping.

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Giraffe: Real Giraffe skeleton available for sale
Giraffe: Real Giraffe skeleton available for sale. We have one adult female skeleton for sale.

Skeleton is not yet assembled but was from an individual approx 14ft tall.

This skeleton is from a natural death, and legally obtained from a zoo.

Unassembled skelton: $14,995 (plus shipping)

Assembled skeleton: $29,995.

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"Glossotherium" chapadmalensis (Ground Sloth / Mylodon?) Skeleton

"Glossotherium" chapadmalensis Ground Sloth (Mylodon?) Skeleton Adult skeleton,

Miocene, Florida USA

Specimen from private collection.

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The Glossotherium" chapadmalensis Ground Sloth (Mylodon) can be mounted in several ways. On all four feet the skeleton would be 9ft long, 4 1/2ft tall, and approx 3 1/2ft wide.

Mounted in an upright position the skeleton is approx 7ft tall, 9ft long 3 1/2ft wide.

Resin cast: $18,000

Unassembled: $11,000

Or purchase the skull by itself: $375

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Glyptodont Skeleton cast replica: Panochthus tuberculatus

Panochthus is an extinct genus of glyptodont, which lived in Argentina during the Pleistocene epoch. It could reach 3 m in length and a weigh up to 1500 kg; the upper skull and the body were protected by hemispherical armor composed of hundred of rounded scales called "scutes". The tail, short and wedge-shaped, consisted of small bony bands with small spikes used for defense.

Glyptodont Skeleton cast replica
Pleistocene, Rio Lujan Formation

Panochthus tuberculatus

Measurements: 10 1/2 feet long, 52" high

Molded and cast from a privately owned specimen

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Assembled Mount: including internal skeleton, shell, and armored tail rings: $39,000

Unassembled skeleton cast also available: $31,000.

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Glyptodont Skull Panocthus tuberculatus cast replica

Glyptodont Skull

Scientific name: Panocthus tuberculatus

This specimen was discovered in Argentina in the Rio Lujan Formation

Age: Pleistocene,

Resin cast replica $1,200 Sale $1,150

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Glyptodont clavipes Skeleton
Glyptodont clavipes Skeleton cast replica
With partial internal skelton,

Pleistocene, Uruguay, SA

Measurements: The Glyptodont clavipes Skeleton is approx 5ft high, 3 ft wide and 9ft long.

Private Specimen

Assembled Mount: including internal skeleton, shell, and armored tail rings $28,000 (resin cast)

Unassembled skeleton also available $19,000. (resin cast)

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Glyptodon Clavipes Skull
Glyptodon Clavipes Skull with base

This skull measures 11.5"

Scientific name: Glyptodon clavipes
Discovered in Uruguay, SA

Age: Pleistocene

Resin cast $600 Sale: $585

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Glyptodon clavipes Tail Rings

Glyptodon clavipes Large Tail Ring fossil cast replica.

Armored large tail ring assembed with vertebra and chevron
Scientific name: Glyptodon clavipes
Age: Pleistocene
This specimen was discovered in Uruguay, SA
Large tail ring, with base measures 13.5"
Resin cast: $325

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Glyptodon clavipes Small Tail Ring
Armored small tail ring, assembed with vertebra and chevron
Scientific name: Glyptodon clavipes
Age: Pleistocene
Discovered in Uruguay, SA
Small tail ring, with base measures 11"
Resin cast $275

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Glyptodont Tail Club (Doedicurus clavicaudatus) cast
Scientific name: Doedicurus clavicaudatus. Discovered in Uruguay in the Rio Lujan Formation.

Pleistocene

Glyptodont Tail Club with reconstructed spines and base

Resin cast measures 43"

Glyptodont Tail Club cast $4,500 (reconstructed)

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Glyptodont Tail (Club only) $1,600

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Glyptodont Juvenile Tail Club
Glyptodont Juvenile Tail Club

Scientific Name: Glyptodont sp.

Discovered in South America

Age: Pleistocene

Measures 16"

Glyptodont Juvenile Tail Club Resin cast replica $205

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Glyptodon / Armadillo (Giant Armadillo Skeleton) Leisey's Armadillo Skeleton

Leisey's Armadillo, Skeleton

Pachyarmatherium leisyi.

Blancan-Irvington Florida armadillo.

Skeleton cast replica $3,000.00 (assembled)

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Hyaenodon sp skull cast replica

Hyaenodon Skull cast replica

Scientific Name: Hyaenodon sp

Location: Nebraska USA

Formation: White River

Oligocene

Molded from a privately owned fossil specimen

Measures: 13" L x 7.5"

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Hyaenodon Skull cast replica (item #

Hyaenodon Skull cast replica

Oliogocene creodont.

Skull cast measures: 11x7x4.5in (28x18x11cm).

$125 (plus shipping)

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Hesperocyon gregarius skull cast replica (item #RF012)

Hesperocyon gregarius skull cast replica.

Oligocene Dog skull

Skull measures 3.9in (100mm). Green River Formation. Wyoming.

Resin cast $37.00

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A tree climber, Hesperocyon is the most common dog of the Oliogocene.

Hesperocyon is an extinct genus of canids (family Canidae, subfamily Hesperocyoninae). From the Duchesnean North American Land Mammal Age (NALMA).

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Hipparion Real fossil Horse skull

This is a real fossil Adult Hipparion Horse Skull from China. Skull measures 18"

Species: Hipparion

Hipparion (Greek, "pony") is an extinct genus of horse. It resembled the modern horse, but had outer toes (in addition to its hoof). These did not touch the ground. Hipparion was about 1.4 metres (14 h) tall at the shoulder. They were apparently very successful, as they spread from their origins in North America, to Asia, Europe, and Africa,

This skull comes from the Gansu Providence Red Clay China. It is currently in a museum in China.

Measures: 18" x 10" High

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Lion: White lion of Timbavati skull cast replica
White lion of Timbavati skull cast replica

This skull comes from a 550lb male lion from South Africa taken in the early 1980's.

It is said to be from one of the famous "white lions of Timbivati" before they were all extinct in the wild.

The white lions of Timbavati Game Preserve in South Africa are extinct in the wild. The Cincinnati Zoo, Siegfried and Roy's compound in Las Vegas, 4 in S. Africa, 2 in Germany and 4 in other zoos are in existance.

The Timbavati Lions are the only white lions in existance. Roy Horn of Siegfried and Roy, presented the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden with a rare, 7 month old female white lion of Timbavati in 1998.

They named her "Prosperity", and will join her with "Sunshine and Future", 10 month old white male lions also from Siegfried and Roy. Their hopes for offspring are aimed at mid-1999. This pride of Timbavati lions has been named, "Pride of the Millennium".

White lions are extinct in the wild, and there are only 25 in existance in captivity.

Thanks to an alliance with the Johannesburg Zoological Gardens, Siegrfried and Roy were given 7 white lions to continue this unique line of species in their breeding program.

Legend has it that the white lions once every year would emerge from the bush, and show their pure white coats, which represents the good in all creatures.

The white lion is not an albino, it carrys the recessive white gene.


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Mammoth fossil: Real Mammoth skeleton for sale
We have real mammoth skulls and real mammoth skeletons for sale.

We also have several cast replicas available

We will ship it anywhere in the world.

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Mammoth Woolly Mammoth / (Mastodon?) tooth cast replica (T17)

Woolly Mammoth (possibly Mastodon) tooth cast replica

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Merychippus sp. Skeleton - Fossil Cast Replica (item #BHI 126458)

Merychippus sp. Skeleton - Fossil Replica

$6,000.00

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Merychippus sp. Skull - Fossil Replica (item #BHI 126457 )

Merychippus sp. Skull - Fossil Replica

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Mesohippus: Large 8" Fossil Mesohippus Horse skull with neck vertebrae

Large 8" Mesohippus Prehistoric Horse w/ neck vertebrae

Species description: About the size of a greyhound with a body 4 ft long, 2 ft high at shoulder.

Geological strata: Brule formation Geological period: Oligocene

Item location: Chaldron, Nebraska This offering is one-of-a kind. It may be the most complete skull of a Mesohippus that you will ever find. It is 8" long and has some neck vertebrae attached. Except for a couple small areas it has all bone and was prepped my friend and the finder. This was found in the 1950's and hasn't been bought or sold to anyone until now. The color is perfect, the bone exceptional and the form ideal. This is a fantastic representation of the species. I've seen these animals in poor condition go for $4,000 at auction so grab this one up before it's gone. This comes with beautiful case for display or transportation. On sale now for $2,099 plus shipping/insurance.

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Mesohippus skull cast replica. (RF031)

Mesohippus bairdii. skull cast replica.

This little horse skull measures 8 inches (202mm).

A very nice Oliogocene horse. Molded from an original fossil discovered in the White River Formation, Nebraska.

$65 (plus shipping)

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Mesohippus Mounted Skeleton (item #AA315)

Mesohippus Mounted Skeleton

Mesohippus bardi; the ancestor of the modern horse. This wonderful skeleton ca be mounted in any position you desire.

Period: Oligocene.

Location; South Dakota

Mesohippus Mounted Skeleton

$2,800.00

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Oreodont Skull cast replica

Oreodont Skull cast replica

Scientific Name: Oreodont sp

Location: South Dakota USA

Formation: White River

Oligocene

Molded from a private specimen

Measures: 8.5"L x 4" W

$195 (plus shipping)

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Pit bull (Pitbull) Dog skull cast replica

This skull was beautifully molded and cast from our original skull (which came from a natural death - the original skull is being donated to a local vet). We hope this skull will help educate veterinarians and the public alike. By providing high quality cast replicas the sale and trade of real skulls is no longer necessary.

Our profits from the sale of this cast replica will go to Pit Bull rescues and BARC of Saint Louis which helps low income families spay and neuter dogs and cats of all breeds.

Are you looking for a cast replica dog skull of another breed? We have them. DogSkulls.com

Pit Bull Dog skull

Pit Bull is the shortened name for the American Pit Bull Terrier, although it is often used to refer to other terrier mixes (for example, the Staffordshire Bull Terrier). Bred and valued for its tenacious grip, the Pit Bull is a powerfully built dog, with strong jaws (no breed of dog has a so called "lock jaw"), a thick, muscled neck, and impressive chest. Today, if raised with care, the Pit Bull is a loyal guardian and good-natured family pet. Its height ranges from 18-22 inches, and its weight most commonly falls between 35 to 55 pounds.

Pitbull skull cast measures 9" Long, 6" Wide, 4 1/2" High

Resin cast $180

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Platygonus canine tooth cast replica

Platygonus is an extinct genus of peccary from North America. Platygonus was larger than modern peccaries, at around 1 metre (3.3 ft) in body length, and had long legs, allowing it to run well. It also had a pig-like snout and long, carnivore-like tusks which were probably used to fend off predators. It had a complex digestive system, similar to that of a modern ruminant.

Platygonus was a gregarious animal and, like modern peccaries, traveled in packs. It ranged from southern Canada to Mexico and from California to Pennsylvania. Stratigraphically, it occurs throughout the Pleistocene (Calabrian), and as early as the Blancan in the Gelasian of the Pliocene.

Platygonus canine tooth cast replica

Florida Pleistocene.

Size: 4.0 in. (101mm)

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Polar Bear skull cast #1

Polar Bear Skull #1

Polar Bears are extremely large predators and dangerous to humans. These bears are often found on ice flows and lead a very nomadic life. This particular specimen (which measures 18" long, 11 3/16" wide, 8 1/2" high) is considered to be the second largest skull ever found.

$370.00

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Polar Bear skull cast #2

Polar Bear Skull #2

Polar Bear skull cast replica #2.

This skull measures 17 5/8" long X 10 1/8" wide.

$215 plus shipping.

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Rhinotitan mongoliensis skeleton cast replica
Rhinotitan mongoliensis skeleton cast replica

Rhinotitan is an extinct genus of brontothere from the Eocene of China.

The original fossil was discovered in Baotou, Neimenggu

This resin cast measures 350x100x250cm

Purchase this cast for $15,000

Or rent it for $4,000 per month

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Sloth: Giant Fossil Ground Sloths skulls and skeletons

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We have an entire selection of Giant Ground sloth fossils. From Skulls and skeletons, to claws and cast replicas.

Catonyx tarijensis cast replica skull and skeleton

Eremotherium eomigrans Giant Ground Sloth Skeleton cast replica

Glossotherium chapadmalensis (Ground Sloth / Mylodon cast replica

Megalonyx

Paramylodon harlai Harlan's Ground Sloth Skeleton cast replica

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Stegodon skeleton cast replica

Stegodon are one of the largest of extinct elephants species (Proboscidean) with adults being 13 feet high at the shoulder, 26 feet long, not including 10 foot long nearly straight tusks. The genus Stegodon, (from Greek stegos: meaning roof, and odon: meaning tooth, referring to the step ridges on the molar tooth) has its origins in the late Miocene of Asia and belongs to the family Stegodontidae. There are 6 recognized species. Stegodons probably originated from Gomphothierium, and developed into a new direction with increase molar size and ridge-like dental features. The tusks were so close together that the trunk probably did not lye between them but instead draped over. Stegodon moved into Africa in the Pliocene and is regarded as the ancestor to present day elephants, as well as the extinct mammoths. The oldest finds of Stegodon are found in Asia. Stegodon diet consists of branches and foliage of trees.

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Fiberglass and resin cast

Measures 25 feet long and 12 feet high

$30,000 mounted

Also available unmounted at a discount.

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Teleoceras proterum cast replica (Fossil Rhino item# S309)

Teleoceras is an extinct genus of grazing rhinoceros that lived in North America during the Miocene all the way to the early Pliocene epoch

Teleoceras is the most common fossil in the Ashfall Fossil Beds of Nebraska. In fact, its remains were so numerous and concentrated that the building housing the greatest concentraion of Ashfall fossils is dubbed the "Rhino Barn". Most of the skeletons are preserved in a nearly-complete state. One extraordinary specimen includes the remains of a Teleocerascalf trying to suckle from its mother.

Skull measures 22.9in (58cm)

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Trigonias (Mammalia Perissodactyla) skull or skeleton csat replica. Please inquire.

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Uintatherium Skeleton fossil cast replica

Uintatherium Skeleton Rare and exotic dinocerta mammal of Eocene Uinta Colorado. Gunma MNH (Japan).

Uintatherium is an extinct genus of mammals. Fossil remains were discovered near Fort Bridger, Wyoming. This was a large browsing animal, about the size of a rhinoceros. What was most unusual about Uintatherium was its skull which was large and strongly built. Uintatherium had a flat, concave skull a feature not found in any other mammal, save, perhaps in some brontotheres. Its cranial capacity was exceptionally small due the walls of the cranium being tremendously thick. The weight of the skull was mitigated by numerous sinuses permeating the walls of the cranium, like those in an elephant's skull. The large upper canines were apparently formidable defensive weapons and were larger in males than in females.

Uintatherium mounted skeleton measures: 114in (2.89 m) length.

Available mounted: $21,650 or $16,000.00 unmounted (plus shipping)

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Uintatherium skull cast replica

The skulls of the males bore six prominent knob-like ossicones (horn-like or antler-like protuberance) which grew from the frontal region of the skull. The function of these structures is unknown. They may have been of used for defense or display. Uintatherium lived during the early to middle portions of the Eocene. It was an herbivore, eating leaves, grasses and shrubs. Uintatherium lived near water and used its sabre-like canines to pluck the aquatic and marsh plants which comprised its diet. It became extinct by climatic changes and competition with brontotheres, and true and hyrachodont rhinocerii without leaving any descendants.

Uintatherium Skull cast replica

Mammal amblypod of the Eocene Uinta Formation of Colorado.

Measures 29x13in (74x33cm).

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Walrus: Ice age Walrus skull cast replica
Ice age Walrus skull cast replica.

Location of discovery: Alaska USA

Pleistocene

Molded from a privately owned specimen

Measures: 24"H x 10"W

$475 (plus shipping)

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Whale: Beluga Whale Skeleton cast

Whale: Beluga Whale Skeleton

Delphinapterus leucas; Single species. Monodontidea.

The original skeleton was found in the Arctic Ocean and adjoining seas. Made of polyurathane, this is a cast of an original San Diego Museum of Natural History specimen.

Measures: 3.2m. / 125.in. Size;125.in Long. 44.5in Wide from flipper to flipper

Beluga Whale Disarticulated Skeleton $3,675.00

Or Assembled $6,037.00

Beluga Whale Skull cast(530mm. / 20.9in.) $495.00

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Whale: Pygmy Sperm Whale Skeleton cast replica (item #AA301)

Pygmy Sperm Whale Skeleton cast replica

Species: Kogia breviceps. Mounted/container

Measures 2.7m/107L X 33W x 31H

Skeleton can also be mounted (hung) from ceiling.

$4,244

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Whale skeleton - new unnamed species

This is an as yet unnamed species of intermediate whale from the late Oligocene. It was discovered in South Carolina by Steve Faust.

The skull is 6' in length, the complete skeleton is 22' in length.

Assembled Resin Whale skeleton cast $48,000

Unassembed Whale skeleton kit $16,000

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Resin Skull with mandibles and cervicals $7,800

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Wolf: Pleistocene wolf skeleton
Real Fossil Pleistocene wolf skeleton for sale.
Museum quality fossil discovered in Ural, Russia
Assembled skeleton measures: 127 x 66 cm

Price (varies by specimen. Please email us for price and availability.

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Wolverine-like Mammal Skull with base
This is a skull of a Wolverine-like mammal. It measures 7.5" and comes with a base.

The original was discovered in the Gansu Province, China.

It is from the Late Miocene

Resin cast: $195

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Zygomaturus Skull and skeleton cast
Zygomaturus is an extinct giant marsupial from Australia during the Pleistocene. It had a heavy body and thick legs and is believed to be similar to the modern Pygmy Hippopotamus in both size and build. The genus moved on all fours. It lived in the wet coastal margins of Australia and became extinct. Zygomaturus also is believed to have expanded its range toward the interior of the continent along the waterways. It is believed to have lived solitarily or possibly in small herds. Zygomaturus probably ate reeds and sedges by shoveling them up in clumps with its lower incisor teeth.

Kingdom: Animalia, Phylum: Chordata, Class: Mammalia, Infraclass: Marsupialia, Order: Diprotodontia, Suborder: Vombatiformes, Family: Diprotodontidae, Genus: Zygomaturus

Species include: Zygomaturus diahotensis, Zygomaturus gilli, Zygomaturus keanei, Zygomaturus keani, Zygomaturus tasmanicus, and Zygomaturus trilobus

Zygomaturus Skull and skeleton cast replicas.

Originals discovered in Australia

Skeleton measures 2.5 metes long

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Zygorhiza Eocene Whale Skull & Skeleton cast replica

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Zygorhiza, skull

Zygorhiza kochii ("Koch's Yoke-Root") is an extinct species of cetacean. A Eocene Whale Skull & The Mississippi State Fossil

Zygorhiza was a smaller, less elongated, 6 m (20 foot) long relative of the famous Basilosaurus. Zygorhiza had flippers which could, unlike in modern cetaceans, be moved at the elbow. Its hind limbs were rudimentary. Zygorhiza's one-metre (3-foot) skull had fearsome jaws with deadly teeth. Unlike modern cetaceans, Zygorhiza had a neck consisting of seven vertebrae.

Kingdom: Animalia, Phylum: Chordata, Class: Mammalia, Order: Cetacea, Suborder: Archaeoceti, Family: Basilosauridae, Genus: Zygorhiza True, 1908 Species: Zygorhiza kochii

Resin cast measures: 32x13x12 inches high

$600

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