3.5" skull replica of Tragulus napu - The mouse deer is native to areas of southeast Asia including Thailand, Malaysia, Sumatra and Borneo. Although these small mammals appear deer-like, they are actually members of the Tragulidae family. The mouse deer is a herbivore, feeding on grasses, leaves, berries and saplings. In place of horns or antlers, the male mouse deer possess a large set of impressive canines that it uses in sparing with other males.
* Specifications: CLASS: Mammalia ORDER: Artiodactyla FAMILY: Tragulidae Origin: South East Asia
Dicynodontian Disarticulated Skeleton . Austalobarbarus kotelnichi. From the collection of: Koltelnich Peleontological Museum in Russia.
*Polyurethane Cast. Time 255 MYA - Upper Permian.
Dicynodontian Skeleton Mounted. Austalobarbarus kotelnichi. From the collection of: Koltelnich Peleontological Museum in Russia. Polyurethane Cast. Time 255 MYA - Upper Permian. * Size: 28" x 17.4" x 6.8" (71cm x 45cm x 17cm) * Museum quality replica * Made in Lancaster, Ca USA .
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Inia geoffrensis.,The Amazon river dolphin, as its name would suggest, occurs throughout the Amazon and many of its tributaries. This species ranges in two color forms from gray to pink. Legends from local indigenous people hold the pink form of this species as sacred and often blame it for "immaculate" conceptions. Amazon dolphins are one of four species of fresh water dolphins found in the tropics of South America and Asia. 18.9" Polyurethane replica.
Specifications: CLASS: Mammalia ORDER: Cetacea FAMILY: Iniidae Origin: South America
19.3" skull replica of polyurethane. Tursiops truncatus., The bottle-nosed dolphin is probably the best known Cetacean. The bottle-nosed dolphin is found throughout most of the worlds oceans. This species, like most dolphins, uses an advanced sonar system for locating, and sometimes confusing, prey fish. Considerably intelligent, the bottle-nosed dolphin has been trained to perform in parks, on television and for military uses.Specifications: CLASS: Mammalia ORDER: Cetacea FAMILY: Delphinidae
Tachyoryctes sp., The sub-family Tachyoryctinae consists of 13 species of east African mole rats. Eastern mole rats are solitary, fossorial rodents that dwell in elaborate underground tunnels. Habitat for these mole rats include grasslands, woodlands, savannah and agricultural areas. Tachyoryctine mole rats are herbivorous, feeding on roots, bulbs, tubers, and grass.
*Specifications: CLASS: Mammalia ORDER: Rodentia FAMILY: Spalacidae Origin: Africa
*Skull Length: 4.5 cm (1.8 in)
Scalopus aquaticus., Moles are fossorial or underground dwelling mammals. Moles dig tunnels in which they forage on subterranean invertebrates. Moles have evolved notable adaptations for their underground lifestyle. Their bodies are streamlined, the eyes are tiny, the legs are short, and external ears are lacking. The forelimbs, armed with large flat claws, are positioned for powerful digging movements.
*Specifications: CLASS: Mammalia ORDER: Insectivora: Soricomorpha FAMILY: Talpidae Origin: North America
*Skull Length: 3.5 cm (1.4 in)
Erinaceus europaeus.,also known as the West European hedgehog or common hedgehog, is a hedgehog species found in Europe, from Iberia and Italy northwards into Scandinavia. It is a well-known species, and a favourite in European gardens, both for its endearing appearance and its preference for eating a range of garden pests. Many species of hedgehogs can roll into a ball, hiding all vulnerable areas of the body under the protective spines. Hedgehogs live under logs or in burrows that they dig. Hedgehogs are active only at night, and some species hibernate in the winter.
*Specifications: CLASS: Mammalia ORDER: Insectivora: Erinaceomorpha FAMILY: Erinaceidae Origin: Europe and Africa
*Skull Length: 4.5 cm (1.8 in)
Melex meles.,The European badger, also called the Eurasian badger, ranges throughout most of Europe and Asia. This species inhabits underground tunnel systems called setts. Badgers are omnivores eating a wide variety of vegetation, insects, small vertebrates and carrion.
*Specifications: CLASS: Mammalia ORDER: Carnivora FAMILY: Mustelidae Origin: Eurasia
*Skull Length: 14.5 cm (5.7 in)
Pseudorca crassidens.,The false killer whale received its name from its similarity in appearance to the "true" killer whale, the orca. False killer whales are found throughout many of the worlds warm and temperate oceans. This species was only known from fossil records and thought to be extinct until 1861 when a pod stranded in Germany. This gregarious species typically swims in pods of 10 to 20 individuals.
Specifications: CLASS: Mammalia ORDER: Cetacea FAMILY: Delphinidae
*Skull Length: 24.2 in.
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Cricetomys gambianus., giant pouched rat. Native to sub-Saharan Africa, these large rats range from 36-46 cm (14-18 in). Named for their large cheek pouches, this nocturnal species is omnivorous, feeding on vegetation and invertebrates.
*Skull Length: 7.7 cm (3.0 in)
Manis gigantea.,The giant pangolin, native to Africa, is the largest member of the order Philodontia (meaning "scaled animals"). Pangolins do not possess teeth but specialize in eating insects, particularly ants and termites. This nocturnal species has tough keratin scales covering much of its upper body. When threatened pangolins can coil in a ball to protect their vulnerable under belly as well as emitting a foul smelling spray from their anal gland.
*Specifications: CLASS: Mammalia ORDER: Pholidota FAMILY: Manidae Origin: Africa.
* Skull Length: 15.5 cm (6.1 in)
Thryonomys swinderianus., The cane rats, also called grass cutters, is a large rodent species native throughout sub-Saharan Africa. Considered a pest in many areas due to the damage they can inflict on crops, the cane rat is also eaten by many locals. It is for this reason that farming of the cane rat as a sustainable food source has become popular in parts of central and western Africa.
*Specifications: CLASS: Mammalia ORDER: Rodentia FAMILY: Thryonomyidae.
*Skull. 4.5in. x 2.6in.
Nycticebus coucang., The two species of slow loris, Nycticebus pygmaeus and Nycticebus coucang , are both native to southeast Asia. This nocturnal primate lives an arboreal life high above the forest floor. Slow loris are omnivores and will eat snails, insects, small vertebrates and fruits. The slow loris gets its name from its slow, deliberate movement, but can be surprisingly quick when grabbing prey.
*Specifications: CLASS: Mammalia ORDER: Primates FAMILY: Lorisidae
*Skull Length: 6.4 cm (2.5 in)
*Hand Lenght 11in.
*Foot Lenght 12in.
Ursus artos horribilis., The grizzly bear is a subspecies of the North American brown bear. Grizzly bears are found throughout much of inland Alaska, portions of northern and western Canada, as well as isolated regions in Montana, Idaho and Wyoming. The grizzly is a large carnivore weighing up to 750 lbs. This species feeds on large prey such as moose, elk, and deer in addition to carrion and smaller mammals. Other Names: "Kodiak Bear "
* Specifications: CLASS: Mammalia ORDER: Carnivora FAMILY: Ursidae Origin: North America
*Skull Lengh 14.5in.
Solenodon paradoxus., The Haitian Solenodon is found exclusively on the island of Hispaniola. Although considerably larger, this species looks much like a shrew. Its head is large in proportion to its body and the rostrum is elongated. A defining characteristic of the solenodon is the os proboscis. This bone, located on the tip of the rostrum, supports its long cartilaginous snout. Haitian solenodons are insectivores, foraging for insects and other ground dwelling invertebrates.
*Specifications: CLASS: Mammalia ORDER: Insectivora: Soricomorpha FAMILY: Solenodontidae Origin: Hispaniola
Papio Hamadryas., The hamadryas baboon, the smallest of the baboons, is native to eastern Africa. Among baboons, this species forms the largest troops ranging from 100 to 750 individuals. Baboons as a species, exhibit great sexual dimorphism with the adult males doubling the females in size. In addition to this characteristic, male baboons will have large, saber-like canines that they use for interspecies communication and fighting.
Specifications: CLASS: Mammalia ORDER: Primates FAMILY: Cercopithecidae Origin: Africa
* Female Skull Length: 17.5 cm (6.9 in)
Papio hamandryas., The hamadryas baboon, the smallest of the baboons, is native to eastern Africa. Among baboons, this species forms the largest troops ranging from 100 to 750 individuals. Baboons as a species, exhibit great sexual dimorphism with the adult males doubling the females in size. In addition to this characteristic, male baboons will have large, saber-like canines that they use for interspecies communication and fighting.
*Specifications: CLASS: Mammalia ORDER: Primates FAMILY: Cercopithecidae Origin: Africa
* Skull Length: 20 cm (7.9 in)
Phoca groenlandica.,The harp seal, also called the Greenland and saddleback seal, is found in the Arctic and northern Atlantic oceans. Primarily pelagic, harp seals live in the open sea and on pack ice. Harp seals can grow up to 6 ft.(2m) in length and 350 lbs.(160 kg) in weight. This species is carnivorous feeding on fish, crabs and other invertebrates. Harp seals migrate annually in search of food. Amazingly, these migrations can cover over 6000 miles (9600 km).
*Specifications: CLASS: Mammalia ORDER: Carnivora FAMILY: Phocidae Origin: North Atlantic and Arctic Oceans
*Skull Length: 20 cm (7.9 in)
KNM ER 1813 - This small, but very complete skull was found at Koobi Fora, Kenya, in 1973 by Kamoya Kimeu. It dates back to 1.9 MYA and is considered an early member of the Homo genus. It's minute brain capacity, however, leads many to place it within the Australopithecus group.
*Specifications: CLASS: Fossil Hominids ORDER: Fossil Hominids FAMILY: Fossil Hominidae Origin: Koobi Fora, Lake Turkana, Kenya 2.3 - 1.6 mya
*Skull Length: 19 cm (7.5 in)
KNM ER 1470 Skull - First discovered in Koobi Fora, Kenya is 1972, Homo rudolphensis has consistently been the subject for debate. Many anthropologists believe this specimen to belong to the Australopithecine genus while some favor Homo habilis as its species. There are many features used to distinguish this sole specimen (KNM ER 1470) from both of these groups, but a consensus has yet to be reached.
*Specifications: CLASS: Fossil Hominids ORDER: Fossil Hominids FAMILY: Fossil Hominidae Origin: Kenya
*Skull Lenght 7.3in.
Cystophora cristata., The hooded seal is named for the males inflatable nasal bladder used to attract mates. This species is solitary except during the breeding season. Hooded seals feed on various fish including cod and halibut as well as squid. Female hooded seals nurse their pups for only four days. During this time, the pups can double their birth weight from 25 lbs. to 50 lbs.
*Specifications: CLASS: Mammalia ORDER: Carnivora FAMILY: Phocidae Origin: North Atlantic and Arctic Oceans.
*Skull Length: 25.5 cm (10.0 in)
Home sapiens., Nearly full term with excellent detail. The skull can be removed, and the arms and legs are permanently attached to the body. About 16" H; Specimen is mounted on acrylic rod attached to a acrylic rounded base.
*Specifications: CLASS: Homo sapiens ORDER: Replica Human Skulls & Skeletons
*Skull measures are 5in.2.5in.3.in.