Rhinobatus lentiginous.,Shark Ray Jaw - The shark ray, also called the bowmouth guitarfish, is an unmistakable specimen with its extremely broad and blunt head, clearly demarcated from its pectoral fins, and its long tail. Blue-gray with white spots, this ray has rows of thorn-like spikes above its eyes and along its back. Widely found in the Indo-Pacific in coastal waters, this species feeds on crustaceans and mollusks with its powerful, flat teeth. It is sought after for its highly valued fins and is often caught inadvertently in trawling nets. Other Names: "Bowmouth Guitarfish","Bowmouth Wedgefish"
*Specifications: CLASS: Chondrichthyes ORDER: Rajiformes FAMILY: Rhinobatidae Origin: Indian and Pacific Oceans.
10.8in. 4.9in. 2.1in.
Each tooth is about 5.5 inches long and is a cast of a genuine Megalodon tooth. These are NOT genuine megalodon teeth. These replicas are nearly perfect and would be a great addition to any collection. Each tooth has full serrations and amazing detail.
$215.00AARDVARK. Orycteropodidae. SKULL, 230mm/9.1in. Only living species. Central and lower Africa. Feeds on termites and ants. Phylum: Chordata Class: Mammalia Order: Tubulidentata Family: Orycteropodidae Genus: Orycteropus
The aardwolf is the smallest member of the hyena family Hyaenidae. Unlike its larger carnivorous and scavenging cousins, the aardwolf is an insectivore, existing mainly on termites. Externally, aardwolves resemble hyenas, but their skull characteristics and dentition are very different. This resident of Sub-Sahara Africa prefers open sandy plains and bush country.
*Specifications: Average Skull Length: 13.5cm (5.3in) Origin: Africa
$129.00Abelisaurus is a genus of predatory abelisaurid theropod dinosaur during the Late Cretaceous Period of what is now South America. It was a bipedal carnivore that probably reached about 7.4 metres in length, although this is uncertain as it is known from only one partial skull.