Mammal Fossils

Many people do not realize that mammals have actually been on the Earth for ~ 210 million years. They were small creatures, living quietly in the shadows for 145 million years as dinosaurs ruled our planet. It wasn't until a gigantic asteroid impact combined with simultaneous super volcano eruptions, which spewed noxious sulfuric gases into the atmosphere made Earth's climate and environment too inhospitable for dinosaurs. However, with the demise of dinosaurs mammals finally had their opportunity to come out of their hidings, grow and flourish. Here you can peruse our current inventory of prehistoric mammalia material. If there is something special you're interested in and don't see it here, please contact us as we are often able to obtain specially requested material.

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  1. 10" Long Oreodont Skull "Merycoidodon"

    10" Long Oreodont Skull "Merycoidodon"

    $1,595.00

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    All the matrix meticulously removed from this specimen's mouth, gives this Oreodont skull a more formidable appearance than what the temperament of the creature actually was. The teeth are original to the specimen. It appears there's been no restoration to the piece. Normally the zygomatic arches are reconstructed. But, that appears not to be the case in this instance.Repair is minimal and the specimen appears to have taken on interesting iron per-mineralization throughout its fissure lines. The piece comes with a simple wooden display stand. Or it will stand by itself. A gem

    Measurements: ~ 10" Long x 4-1/2" Wide x 6-1/2" Tall Location: South Dakota, U.S.A. Time Period: Oligocene Epoch ~30 MYO Learn More

  2. 7" Juvenile Cave Bear Jaw

    7" Juvenile Cave Bear Jaw

    $225.00

    The specimen is well preserved, displaying a partially erupted canine tooth and a partially erupted molar. The coloration is golden brown.

    Measurements: ~ 7" long x 3-1/4" tall Location: Romania Time Period: Pleistocene Epoch / Ice Age

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  3. Cave Bear Canine Tooth

    Cave Bear Canine Tooth

    $225.00

    This canine tooth is probably from an older Cave Bear. The enamel on the actual tooth is good, and it shows natural wear on the upper tip of the tooth.

    Measurements: ~ 4-1/8" Long x 1-1/8" Wide

    Location: Romania

    Time Period: Pleistocene Epoch / Ice Age

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  4. Cave Bear Skull

    Cave Bear Skull

    $8,750.00

    This impressive specimen displays as a museum grade showpiece. With minimal repair, (typical in zygomatic arches) excellent permineralization color and overall pristine condition, anyone interested in Ice Age material would be proud to display a piece of this quality.

    Measurements: ~ 18" long x 10 tall" x 10" wide Location: Romania Time Period: Pleistocene Epoch / Ice Age/ ~ 30,000 yo Learn More

  5. Cave Bear Teeth ($24.50 apiece)

    Cave Bear Teeth ($24.50 apiece)

    $24.50

    These Cave Bear molars are hand selected to insure high quality. Each tooth will of course vary a bit in size and shape. We hope you'll entrust us to select a fine specimen for you. Measurements: ~ 1-1/2+" long Location: Romania Time Period: Pleistocene / Ice Age

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  6. Extra Large Mammoth Molar

    Extra Large Mammoth Molar

    $1,375.00

    The size of this specimen is quite impressive. At, over a foot in length, this tooth must have come from a very large bull Mammoth. Although the root extensions are minimal, the size and lack of wear faceting of the specimen are excellent. The specimen might have been from the last set of teeth from the Mammoth's life cycle. The facets are very pronounced, not only on the top, but all the way around the piece. The coloration is chocolate brown to very deep blackish brown.

    Dimensions: ~ 13" long x 6" tall x 3-1/2" wide

    Location: Novokutznetsk basin, Russia

    Time Period: Pleistocene / ~ 30,000 year old

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  7. Fossil Walrus Ivory ($18.50 each)

    Fossil Walrus Ivory ($18.50 each)

    $18.50

    Although fossilized Walrus is among the youngest material we have in stock, dating from between 2500 - 10,000 years ago, the mineral absorption process they have undergone has given each specimen its own wonderful range of coloration. Each piece is unique in its own shape and color range. We hope you'll intrust us to choose a fine specimen for you.

    Measurements: ~ 2+" across Location: Alaska State, USA Age: 2500 - 10,000 years

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  8. Fossilized Walrus Teeth

    Fossilized Walrus Teeth

    $9.50

    These specimens all show slight permineralization, displaying slightly warm to darker brownish hues. The photo is a good representation of the specimen you will receive. We hope you'll entrust us to choose a fine specimen for you. Measurements: ~ 1-1/2" across Location: St Lawrence Island, Alaska, USA Age: 2500 - 10,000 years

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  9. Ice Age Walrus Skull (Natural Mortality)

    Ice Age Walrus Skull (Natural Mortality)

    $9,750.00

    Specimen height: ~ 26 "tall Specimen depth: (rear crainium - front tusk bend) ~ 14" Specimen Width: ~ 14"

    Tusk Dimension: ~ 16" long Weight (w/ display stand) ~ 30 pounds Location: Saboonga, St. Lawrence Island, Alaska Age: ~ 35,000 BP

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  10. Juvenile Cave Bear Jaw

    Juvenile Cave Bear Jaw

    $195.00

    Out of stock

    Whether it was a Cave Lion or from natural causes, we'll never know what caused this juvenile's demise. The specimen is well preserved, displaying a partially erupted canine tooth. .The coloration is golden brown.

    Measurements: ~ 7" x 3-1/2" Location: Romania Time Period: Pleistocene Epoch / Ice Age Learn More

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