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This very large skull is from an individual that was about the size of a bull elephant.
The giant ground sloth had the largest claws of any mammal.
A cast of the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences Giant Ground Sloth Specimen, nicknamed VERNE.
This infant (possibly fetal) Subhyracodon skull is cast from the youngest rhinoceros skeleton from the White River Group found to date!
The skull of this baby rhino has virtually no restoration!
Fantastic museum quality cast replica of a baby rhino skeleton from the White River Group of the Brule Formation in Wyoming.
Replica of a Small 30 Million Year Old Three-Toed Horse Skull
This small three-toed horse skeleton was cast from a nearly complete original.
Dinictis was a sabre-toothed 'cat' that lived North America 33 MYA!
Small but dynamic saber-toothed 'cat' skull.
A leopard sized nimravid saber-toothed 'cat' from the Brule Formation of South Dakota.
Beautiful saber-toothed 'cat' skull.
Amazing detail cast from an EXCELLENT original!
Oligocene 'cat', about the size of a large leopard!
DEE was on old bull, whose left tusk was broken in life!
Display poster is specifically designed to complement our Eremotherium eomigrans Giant Ground Sloth fossil replica exhibits.
Larger, relatively recent three-toed horse skull.