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massive bison priscus fossil skull from the rhine river in germany
massive bison priscus fossil skull from the rhine river in germany
massive bison priscus fossil skull from the rhine river in germany
MASSIVE Bison priscus skull from the Rhine River in Germany.  Pleistocene.  The only literature I could find on Bison priscus horn span indicated they could reach 47 inches across.  Granted that is highly unscientific, it still made me proud to own this beast, which is over 46" in span.  There is no restoration, other than where the right horn was reattached about two-thirds of the way out to the tip.  Bone quality is stunning.  It is a very heavy skull.  $3000 plus crating/shipping.
huge bison priscus fossil skull from the rhine river in germany
massive bison priscus fossil skull from the rhine river in germany
large bison priscus fossil skull from the rhine river in germany
titanothere skull fossil
brontothere skull fossil
brontotherium skull fossil
brontops skull fossil
titanothere skull fossil
megacerops skull fossil
titanothere skull fossil
No, your eyes are not deceiving you.  For sale is a real titanothere skull.  More properly called brontotheres, this skull belongs to Megacerops, which is synonymous with Brontops and Brontotherium.  Chadron Formation, White River Group, Nebraska.  The skull is a bit squished, but I am convinced an experienced prepper could inflate it.  As a matter of fact, I was going to try one day.  The last molar on the right side has some restoration on it.  See pics.  $5000


pathological Woolly Mammoth Mammuthus primigenius jaw fossil Siberia, Russia
pathological Woolly Mammoth Mammuthus primigenius jaw fossil Siberia, Russia
pathological Woolly Mammoth Mammuthus primigenius jaw fossil Siberia, Russia
pathological Woolly Mammoth Mammuthus primigenius jaw fossil Siberia, Russia
pathological Woolly Mammoth Mammuthus primigenius jaw fossil Siberia, Russia
pathological Woolly Mammoth Mammuthus primigenius jaw fossil Siberia, Russia
pathological Woolly Mammoth Mammuthus primigenius jaw fossil Siberia, Russia
Pathological Woolly Mammoth (Mammuthus primigenius) jaw from Siberia, Russia.  Pleistocene.  This isn't like north sea junk or the typical Siberian Mammoth jaw.  This jaw is heavy.  Rock solid.  No restoration, but a bit of crack fill.  Quite a great specimen considering its color and solidity.  Just look at those teeth!  And the pathology on the very front...who knows?  Maybe an injury.  Or a tumor.  Oh, the untold stories!  This jaw is far nicer than the average Mammoth jaw.  $3500

blue american mastodon mammut americanum molars
blue american mastodon mammut americanum molars
blue american mastodon mammut americanum molars
blue american mastodon mammut americanum molars
blue american mastodon mammut americanum molars
blue american mastodon mammut americanum molars
blue american mastodon mammut americanum molars
blue american mastodon mammut americanum molars
blue american mastodon mammut americanum molars
American Mastodon (Mammut americanum) molars.  Florida.  Pleistocene.  Ill let the photos do the talking on this one.  There is a small area of expert restoration about the size of a quarter on one of the cusps.  $900

Bison bison skull
Bison bison skull
Bison bison skull
Bison bison skull
Bison bison skull.  Holocene.  Oklahoma.  Spanning 23", this young bull is heavy and well-mineralized.  The bone quality is astonishing.  If you can find a better Bison bison skull on the market, I want to see it.  $600

Eremotherium giant sloth claw fossil with full sheath
Eremotherium giant sloth claw fossil with full sheath
Eremotherium giant sloth claw fossil with full sheath
Eremotherium giant sloth claw fossil with full sheath
Eremotherium giant sloth claw fossil with full sheath
Eremotherium giant sloth claw fossil with full sheath
Eremotherium giant sloth claw fossil with full sheath
Eremotherium giant sloth claw fossil with full sheath
Eremotherium giant sloth claw fossil with full sheath
Eremotherium giant sloth claw fossil with full sheath
Item 245  Eremotherium sp. giant sloth claw from south Florida shell pits.  Pleistocene.  The finest, most detailed claw I could find, and the only one that had the sheath (aside from a $7k claw I could not afford, which very well may have been from the same individual).  There is maybe 10-15% expert restoration on this specimen (upper/left/front portion of the sheath).  $1500

Panthera atrox (American lion) skull fossil cast
Panthera atrox (American lion) skull fossil cast
Panthera atrox (American lion) skull cast.  Panthera atrox was one of the largest cats to live.  It would have dwarfed the extant African lion.  La Brea tar pits, California.  Pleistocene.  $400

NOTE:  This is one of only a few casts on the website.  Unless noted otherwise, all specimens on this website are NOT casts.

colorful fossil pig teeth from florida
colorful fossil pig molars from florida
colorful fossil pig teeth from florida
colorful fossil pig teeth from florida
colorful fossil pig teeth from florida
colorful fossil pig teeth from florida
colorful fossil pig teeth from florida
colorful fossil pig teeth from florida
colorful fossil pig teeth from florida
Pig teeth from Florida.  How many pig teeth have you seen with these amazing colors?  All photos are in order, so please be very sure of which tooth you are ordering.  Returns will not be accepted for improperly ordered teeth.  $16 each.  A and B have been sold
hyracodon rhino skull
hyracodon rhino fossil
hyracodon rhino tooth
hyracodon rhino teeth
running rhinoceros
Here we have a stunning display piece, Hyracodon nebraskensis, also known as a "running rhinoceros".  This particular specimen was found on the famed Arner Ranch (back when it was still the Arner Ranch) by Frank Garcia.  The rear portion of the jaw on this specimen is removable for better display of the upper teeth.  A great value at ony $1500.

running rhinoceras
hyracodon skull fossil
hyracodon teeth
hyracodon dentary