11.5" Brontotherium (Titanothere) Jaw Section - (reduced price)

 
 
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Artists reconstruction of a Titanothere. By Nobu Tamura (http://spinops.blogspot.com)
a 11.5" long jaw section of a Titanothere with one rooted molar still in place. It's nicely preserved, and both the enamel and roots of the tooth are in good shape. It was collected from the Eocene aged Chadron Formation of South Dakota.

Titanothere's are an extinct, massive, mammal that lived during the Eocene. While the very closely resembled a Rhinocerose, they were more closely related to todays horses. They first appeared 54 million years ago and when extinct at the end of the Eocene, 34 million years ago.
DETAILS
SPECIES
Brontotherium (Titanothere)
AGE
LOCATION
South Dakota
FORMATION
Chadron Formation
SIZE
Jaw Section 11.5" long, Molar 3.5" long
ITEM
#50813
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