Dogs, Wolves, and Hyenas

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One-of Kind Early Miocene Unknown Male Beardog Skeleton with Great Skull Highly Original 98%

Species: DAPHOENDON BOROCYON

Species Description: Unknown MORE THAN RARE (NON-EXISTENT except this one) Extinct Species of Bear- Dog of Miocene existing for a few million years from 23-19 MILLION years ago . It was assigned to amphicyonids. While initially related to bears it is now found they may be basal caniforms . This is one of the most unusual carnivore . They were as tall as a black bear , and moved here from Eurasia in early Miocene . It weighed 150 kg and combines features of canine and feline predators . It resembled a giant dog with a flexible cat-like body . These bear-dogs with long limbs and specialized in chasing down prey on the open plains. Only two partial mandibles have been found in Nebraska , and a part of a lower jaw in Florida . This is of great scientific importance to everyone, and unlimited value . It was described in 2008 only so very recent partial finds.

Geological strata: Early Hemingfordian

Geological period: Early Miocene 19 MILLION YEAR OLD STRATA

Item location: Dixie County , Florida

Item rating and description:1-10 10 Large Early Miocene All Original Male Beardog Family :Daphoendon Genus :Borocyon Unnamed Unknown Species of BEAR DOG Highly Original . NO one on earth has anything of this animal and I have the whole skeleton with skull. Over 90% of skull is original bone and much higher total on the skeleton with only a few smaller upper bones are restored on each foot and one fibula. It has stain to match colors especially on ribs and verts with some replacements of material from different animals, but the bulk of it is one beardog. The skull is 14” and amazing and its mounted beautifully for your enjoyment. It comes in sections like each leg, pelvis and tail, head and verts as well as ribs and screwed in into an almost invisible frame that makes it so appealing . This is an amazing find as no one has this anywhere, no head no skeleton and shows the size and usual bone structure Almost all of feet inner bones are from the same beardog . It was prepped well to show the creature in a highly original way . This has no papers describing it but we know it’s close to robustus which was only described from only a few pieces of skull -2 in Nebraska.. This is of extreme scientific value and highly original. This has all teeth –some placed in from another animal the same species ..It does come from 2 beardogs and a few feet phalanges wolf. Of course this is so rare this should not matter as you can’t get this anywhere .The teeth are fantastic and not even worn. Who has even another species of this? NO one is the answer. It was gotten from a friend, and it’s a treasure. It was professionally prepped with bone quality simply outstanding, and color great. You really can’t value THIS ITEM since not one exists. Beyond a museum piece, in my private collection. I’m so proud of this piece .I really can’t say anymore than here because nothing is known of this animal. You won’t find anything under this in google so here is your info.

Get it before Auction to save money Lots of money. Its going to auction late this year 2017

I need $73,000 minimum as it cost me a fortune At auction reserve 90,000 Price $73,000 At auction 90,000 will be reserve

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BEYOND FANTASTIC - Most Desired Fossil on The Planet - LARGE LA BREA TAR PITS DIRE WOLF 13.75”

Species: Dire wolf (Canis dirus)

Species Description: It was closely related to Gray wolf in many features but it is not direct ancestor of any species today . IT became extinct 10,000 years ago with wooly mammoth . IT was larger than Gray Wolf averaging 5 ft in length and weighing 150-175 lbs . Legs of Dire Wolf was shorter and sturdier than those of gray wolf and the brain case was smaller to than the gray wolf. These were only found in California and Florida.

Geological timeframe: Pleistocene 2 MYA -10,000

Location: La Brea Tar Pits , LA California USA

Description and Rating: (1-10) **10** SPECTACULAR AMAZING LA BREA TAR PITS HIGHLY ORIGINAL HUGE DIRE WOLF 13.75” Skull . I would say this is one of a kind but I have two of them . I haven’t seen a La Brea Dire Wolf in years until I saw one this year that was 50% real and never saw one this good except the other one I have .. This is so wonderful I can’t find the words to express my amazement at the quality of this specimen. It is highly original and would estimate conservatively 80-85% teeth plus most of upper skull bone original .. The skull is amazing. It has only restore at small amount in back above condyles on sagittal crest, one zygo, little on back of lower jaws ,fill between pieces , and that’s it . The condyles are real. The teeth are amazing .Words just can’t describe this piece . It was so difficult to prep because normal air compression work would have caused the color to change as it was so fragile and the most difficult prep job a top prepper ever did . It took one year to complete. It is just spectacular . Even the zygos are mostly original on this animal. It has repair but teeth except incisors original , and little need repair on these . They are wonderful . This was of course from an old collection and was laying around for probably over 50 years before the government took over ownership . I’m so pleased to own this and regard it as in a league of its own.LaBrea just isn’t available anymore , and if anyone does have one they don’t sell it . Notice the patented dark brown color. This is the original color in an area of high concentration of oil as some are lighter. Well I can’t say more on this as words are not adequate to do this justice so maybe the pictures will. This is darker than my other one. 50 plus

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Valued at $65,000

Final Price if paid at once $42,000

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Economical X-Nice Second Dog Ever Daphaenus felinus Dog Skull in Matrix

Species “ Daphaenus felines

Species description: This was the second species of dog in North America that lived millions of years ago in western USA and had nice size canines in which to hunt prey on the plains . Not large but cunning and able to bring down prey larger than itself.

Geological strata: Brule Formation

Geological period: Oligocene Period 35-23 MYA

Item location: Shannon County, South Dakota

Item rating and description:1-10 8 What a Vicious Rare Carnivore-The Extinct Second Wild Dog of the Plains Daphaenus 6.5” Skull . This is 100% Original with top mostly there and lowers just parts are glued on matrix . I decided to give someone a chance who didn’t have lots of funds to get something so inexpensive. Its still all natural with probably 80% all there is which is notraml for this animal just s no resto . If I did prep it it’s a 2500 item . The teeth are all there on top including canines cglued on matrix in position .Thee detail of the skull is very good its just not for a top collector but someone who sees value in getting some mammal that just doesn’t exist anymore. . The color is so amazing also it makes a room light up. These go for up to $4000 or more but this quality piece is much less since not top quality but very very good for someone who wants an example without paying 4000 . It is only the below great price which is lowest I ever sold one of these rare dogs.

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Extra Nice Second Dog Ever Daphaenus felinus Skull in Matrix!!!

Species: Daphaenus felinus

Species description: This was the second species of dog in North America that lived millions of years ago in western USA and had nice size canines in which to hunt prey on the plains. Not large but cunning and able to bring down prey larger than itself.

Geological strata: Brule Formation

Geological period: Oligocene Period 35-23 MYA

Item location: Shannon County, South Dakota

Item rating and description: (1-10) 8 What a Vicious Rare Carnivore - The Extinct Second Wild Dog of the Plains Daphaenus 6.5” Skull. This is a beautiful fossil, even though it has some restoration, it still is 80% original and complete. The detail of the skull is magnificient for top collectors who want a superb piece. The skull has a few small parts restored such as back of one lower jaw, zygos, a little in the sagittal crest area plus some on top but the teeth are very very good with most original. The color is so amazing it makes a room light up. These go for up to $4000 or more but this quality piece is much less for someone who wants a high quality piece without paying $4000. Buy this while it lasts because this is the lowest i have ever priced this species!!!!

Price: $2599

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Late Miocene Bear-Dog Large Amphicyon Large Partial 8” Radius and Partial End radius

Species: Amphicyon longeramis

Description: Unknown MORE THAN RARE (NON-EXISTENT except this one) Extinct Species of Bear- Dog of Miocene existing for a few million years from 20-9 MILLION years ago . It was assigned to amphicyonids . While initially related to bears it is now found they may be basal caniforms. This is one of the most unusual omnivore . They were as tall as a black bear, and moved here from Eurasia in early Miocene . It weighed 190 lbs and was 8 ft long . It resembled a giant dog and had a heavy tail, thick neck roust limbs with a lifestyle like a brown bear . These bear-dogs with long limbs and specialized in chasing down prey on the open plains. Ot much is found This is of great scientific importance to everyone, and unlimited value. It was described in 2008 only so very recent partial finds.

Geological strata: Early Hemingfordian

Geological period: Early Miocene 10 MILLION YEAR OLD STRATA

Item location: Columbia County, Florida

Item rating and description:1-10 9.0 Large Late Miocene All Original Large Part Amphicyon radius with a radius end also. I have a complete skull and skeleton of the rarest of them all . This is 8” long of extreme scientific value, and also100 % original. I really can’t say anymore than here because so little is known of this animal. Great price just to move fast for you beardog lovers.

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Pleistocene Raccoon Complete Upper Skull with NO Teeth 35,000 years old

Species: Procyon lotor (Raccoon)

Species description: It was closely related to today’s Raccoon , in fact it is the same species but this one was a Pleistocene Skull and looks like todays .It ate nuts , insects , and foraged the forest floor .

Geological strata: Late Pleistocene

Geological period: Pleistocene 35,000

Item location: Levy County , Florida

Item rating and description: 1-10 8 Extremely Detailed Complete Pleistocene 5” Raccoon Upper Skull. The animal is very rare in Pleistocene records due to fragile skull, I have only ever had a few. So it’s extremely hard to find even an upper skull even though no teeth. For you collectors who want something Rare here is an upper skull The color and shape is amazing. I usually do not buy the smaller animals but this was so nice I had to. It is so beautiful. This skull is worth at least much more.

Price : $249 Firm

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Amazing Huge Rarest of Rare First Wolf Miocene11.5” Long- 100% Original

Species: Canis

Species description: It was closely related to Grey Wolf and was a canid ,however ,was mostly wolf and some wild canine in many features but it is not direct ancestor of any species today. IT became extinct at the end of late Pliocene about 1.8 million years ago and reached its peak in Late Miocene -Early Pliocene .It was a carnivore with little known except an aggressive meat eater . Fossils are extremely rare. These are originally in Europe and migrated to Asia then to Dire Wolves USA.

Geological period: Middle Miocene 11MYA –Late Pliocene 1.3MYA

Item location: Somewhere in Europe(possibly Kazakstan)

Item rating and description: 1-10 * 9.9* This is the First wolf 11.5 “ Skull well before Dire Wolves as these went into Pleistocene Dire Wolves. This is a top premium specimen very, very large. It’s not an open mouth but it fit together so well and a has virtually no restore. Even the backs of the lowers you can see. No one has this species anywhere. It’s one of rarest items I ever had and can’t even tell you where it’s from for sure. I got it 20 years ago from a Russian dealer and is one of rarest item I’ve ever had. Rarer than any sabercat or even dire wolves . NO one else on the planet has these to sell . It is so beautiful with excellent bone quality and a complete set of teeth with canines being 1.25 “ long . Its teeth are different than any other animal by far .No skulls will come again except for this whole skull and a few others . This has been in my collection for years. The teeth are very good . The back of skull is complete and showing and it was professionally prepped by me. IT took a lot of work and it was worth i . IT has bone quality and color that is unsurpassed. Even the zygos are real which is so rare ./ What an animal. This is for an avid collector who wants something neither museums or individuals have. This is even rarer than dire wolf by far and was 10 million years earlier as these evolved into a dire wolf.The last dire wolf skull in America sold for $23,000 at auction recently and this is only 1 “ smaller. While it is not fully agape this you can see all the teeth so it was not necessary and it displays so well on this display it would save you lots of money .It’s a one-of-kind mammal to everyone with this low price. It is a $15,000 discount or more to a dire wolf, and this is much rarer. This has been in my collection for 25 years .Why wait for a dire wolf and basically get the same item here a lot cheaper

Price $6999

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MAGNIFICIENT ONE-OF-A KIND HUGE 12.5” DIRE WOLF (Canis Diris) COMPLETE SKULL-

Species: Canis Diris (Dire Wolf)

Species description: It was closely related to Gray wolf in many features but it is not direct ancestor of any species today . IT became extinct 10,000 years ago with wooly mammoth . IT was larger than Gray Wolf averaging 5 ft in length and weighing 150-175 lbs . Legs of Dire Wolf was shorter and sturdier than those of gray wolf and the brain case was smaller to than the gray wolf .This was the largest wolf ever and ate anything it wanted as it traveled in packs also to obtain food.

Geological period: Pleistocene $30,000 years old this one 1 Million-10,000 species survived

Item location: LEVY COUNTY , FLORIDA

Item rating and description: (1-10) **10** SPECTACULAR DIRE WOLF 12.5” COMPLETE SKULL Over 96 % Original With Lowers just found recently close to where Upper was found over a year ago . I waited on this hoping the lowers would be found and it came true. Now presenting one of only a few in existence for top Perfectionist collectors only “the DIRE WOLF”-One of the most sought after fossils in the world and complete. This skull is really fantastic as the Upper is at least 95% original and one side of lower is entirely original with only a few repairs anywhere .The back of the upper is all there as you can tell by the lines and color of a little lighter brownish tint . The back of one lower is the only item that is restored except for a few spots on upper and one spot of front of one lower . I would describe this as an outstanding specimen , and with this species even 70% is very good as this is one of top specimens ever found . Only one in Florida exits, and it’s in a museum but not this quality. I debated to sell this one or not , but I do have two LaBrea wolves and will keep one for myself . This gives you a great opportunity AS you know only Florida, Alaska , and California LaBrea have these animals, and the University of Florida has only one exhibited . No other species of wolf over 11 inches long ever existed so for you doubters, it’s true . This specimen has the most spectacular teeth you will ever see that are an extremely high % of original teeth . The entire upper are all original teeth including all incisors and the one canine shows it broke off just a small amount in life so it tells a great story . This is an old male wolf with many fights under its belt . It is a spectacular color of dark brown, black and even a tincture of light spotted teeth like the incisors The lower has all real teeth except 5 incisors in the middle. It was found 10 months later close to the upper at same area and it matches as you can tell on size and color . Its mounted on a beautiful display well and I doubt if even 4 exist in the world today of Dire wolves from Florida . This is so special I will not discount as I’d gladly keep it . It does just stir me to see this creature just as much as my bear dog from Florida and Short-face Bear in my personal collection . Even the zygos are original which unheard of in any extinct mammal. The wolf id fully inflated at 6” across also .It was expertly prepped .Remember there is always a color difference in some areas due to matrix it was found . Even the teeth aren’t completely black but most all are. Anyway for you who can’t appreciate this you never will but for the few who really know this animal this is an amazing find . Just because it isn’t La Brea even though its actually even rarer it goes at a discount already as my La Brea ones will go for over $60,000 with skeletal pieces . I’m a very fortunate person to have this, and only one who feels the same will have a chance to get this or I will not sell it. 40,000 plus Appraised at Auction for 65,000 so its funny People love paying 23 % premium on top of this so you save half by getting it now Only a few months and gone for large money

Price: $48,000 Firm Hold May be available later in year

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