Mastodon tooth - Mastodons were large elephant-like mammals that lived 33 million years ago until 10,000 years ago. Mastodon fossils have been found on every continent except Antarctica and Australia. Although not closely related, mastodons were similar in appearance to mammoth species, however, mastodons were browsers while mammoths were grazers. This difference is most readily noticeable in their teeth. The high, jagged cusps of the mastodon's tooth allowed it to feed on woody plants and leaves while the flattened cusps of the mammoth were more suited for chewing and grinding grasses.
*Specifications: CLASS: Mammalia ORDER: Proboscidea FAMILY: Elephantidae Origin: North America
*Average Length: 18 cm (7.1 in)
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. Made of sturdy fiberglass and resin. Great classroom resource or shark lover collectible.
$235.00AARDVARK. 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. 1:9 Scale (model). Cretaceous dinosaur of the Allen Formation, Rio Negro.