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The One-the Only Great 1st GIANT SHORT-FACED BEAR Complete Skull Auction soon

Species: Arctodus pristinus(earlier than simus)Lesser Shortfaced bear

Species description: The largest Bear of all time that stood up to 6 ft Tall at shoulder and 8 ft tall and 9 ft long , and weighed 1800 lbs much larger than grizzlies . In fact at one time the largest mammalian terrestrial carnivore known as tremarctine bears or running bears endemic to North America and Europe . This was a complete carnivore not like bears today as evidenced by high nitrogen bone concentrations so was a killer of its time and lasted for 2.8 million years. More info is listed here http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arctodus . Largest of all Bears

Geological Timeframe : 1.8Million Years-1.5M years agoBlancan/Irvingtonian

Geological Period : Early Pleistocene 1.8MYA

Item Location: Columbia County, Florida

Item rating and description: 1-10 9.5 Maybe the only True Pristinus Short-Faced Bear 12.25 inches by 8 “ wide and 7” Tall Skull in the World. This is so unbelieveable as no one has this anywhere in this condition. This time I outdid myself on rareness as this ranks as the hardest animal to find in fossil records even greater than LaBrea Smilodon. Only scant pieces are ever found normally but here you have from sections a Complete Skull with little restoration. Most is on backs of lowers but I challenge you to find more. Even the zygos are short-faced bear. It is a perfect match on all defining characteristics of pristinus also with a written booklet with documents prepared for you showing each shortface bear and the differences. This is rarer than Simus. Try to find one anywhere as you won’t. I don’t know of any except partial one at Florida Museum. It’s so hard to find many paleontoligists can’t hardly tell but by this notebook you can tell easy. This took lots of work and time so you bear lovers better come see this one. All teeth are real shortface bear also so to have all teeth 100% real is amazing. Many crack fills occurred on this specimen. Your looking at history here and maybe the only 95% short-faced bone one anywhere. This grew into Simus-the larger one . I still can’t believe it. Look at this shortfaced bear. It is large. Simus evolved from this totally. You will not find this animal anywhere but at this site forever as it is not currently for sale. I figure the value is somewhere around $50,000 but you may call me and try to convince me you love it. It probably will end up at auction for much more than above quoted. If you love to follow bear history this is so great. This was prepped by one of top bear experts in the world also . This skull is going to auction soon so people can pay more a lot more This si sone of kind with a complete info on originality Plus so off to auction unless Call me to talk 706-235-2694

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Rarest Fossil-Largest Bear in World -Artodus Simus 11” Complete Highly Original Lower Jaws w Canines

Species: Arctodus simus (Bulldog Bear also)

Species description: The largest Bear of all time that stood up to 6 ft Tall at the shoulder and weighed 1800 lbs, larger than grizzlies. In fact, at one time, the largest mammalian terrestrial carnivore known as tremarctine bears, or running bears, endemic to North America and Europe. This was a complete carnivore, not like bears today, as evidenced by high nitrogen bone concentrations so it was a killer of its time and lasted for 2.8 million years. More info is listed here http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arctodus .

Geological Timeframe: 3 Million Years to 11,000 years ago

Geological Period: Late Pleistocene

Item Location: ALASKA 10,000 years old Simus

. Item rating and description: (1-10) *10 This is truly amazing . It is so rare to get a simus Lower as nothing is available anywhere from a skull . These Highly Original Giant Short-Faced Bear Lowers with all teeth plus 2 Huge Canines . It has some restore on the back of each but even most of that is original . I keep both sides not glued together so you can see it better. I guarantee no one offers this anywhere . Few have even pieces of this but a whole Lower with all Teeth is simply amazing . If I had the upper it’s a 100,000 piece plus . But I do have the lowers so for you a great price for a piece of History . One molar tooth is an amazing 1.25” and the canine is much bigger. Teeth alone without roots go for over 400 dollars apiece so these are valuable. This time I outdid myself on rareness as this ranks as the hardest animal to find in fossil records, even greater than La Brea Smilodon, or Dire Wolf. Few of these are present anywhere no matter where it’s found. I know no others out there are for sale . I get more requests for Short-face than most anything .

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No Where Else on Earth-Almost Totally Original Beautiful American Lion Skeleton ( Skull -Alaska)

Species : Panthera ATROX Lion

Species Description : The American lion evolved from the earlier Panthera leo fossilis, which I have from Europe, and this skull is believed to be the best specimen ever found an American Lion.. It was believed to be 250,000 years ago when it first came to Alaska over Bering Strait with earlier lions as old as 500,000 years old even though only bits and pieces up to 350,000 years have been found. Also DNA shows this to be identical to Cave Lion so they are identical species in my opinion. This is the largest Lion that ever lived much larger than African Lions with skulls up to 16-18 inches over 15% larger. It is roamed in Alaska, California at La Brea and Florida with traces in S Carolina. It is the largest carnivore ever except Short-face Bear which I also have a skull. The cave lion is the exact species actually

Geographic Period : Late Pleistocene Epoch 60,000- 30,000

Geographic time: 60,000-30,000 years ago

Item Location : Gold Mine(Cave) Close to Fairbanks, Alaska, Florida –verts and ribs

Item rating and description : 1-10 *11 Words really don’t match how great, wonderful, awe inspiring, magnificent this American Lion Skeleton is . It’s 9 ft 9 inches long and if tale wasn’t up it would be over 11.5 ft long. Its amazing 56 ” high also with 28” at widest . It is 99% Original bone from no more than 4 American Lion individuals . Keep in mind no more than maybe 10 exist in the world and this is one of best except La Brea tarpits . I called them. They have 5 but not one is from one animal but many put together from bones . Mine all the verts and ribs are one animal. The 17” skull is from one, and the inner major bones are all from same lion also. Anyway the feet are from another one. So this is by far one of best American Lions in the world by far. The skull is 99 % original bone and according to many many top people in the field It’s maybe the best anywhere. The American Lion to be is the absolute height of the fossil world as I’d rather have that as it’s rarer than Smilodon material and I love saber-tooth cats. No one has this, not even the American natural History Museum as they have a skull only. I feel like the luckiest person in the world as I’ll enjoy for years. Skulls are unheard of and bones also. My best friend a cat expert who does books, has all the sabercats, but not one American Lion. The American lion skeleton is the most prized fossil in the world . Even the claws are huge modern lion as no American lion exists and this took a long time to get huge claws . The sheaths are all original sheaths from American lions some repaired with other lion sheaths to make them whole A few sheaths are have modern lion parts but mostly America Lion .It took me 10 years to gather 3-4 animals to do this . I say this is one of best anywhere ever done . I will be enjoying this for years. This one appears to be at least 60,000 years old . NO museum, no private collector known has a better complete skull as this is almost perfect . The teeth canines are all original teeth . A few were repaired. I searched the entire country for years to get the right skeleton with many wasted bones that didn’t work The measurements of all the bones matches a 17 “ female skull. The teeth were repaired and just 2 from other same size American Lion but all teeth are present. I don’t want to even find fault with this skull and skeleton because there is so little not original . It should be looked at whole as its so good. Any you find it would be lucky to find a 50% skeleton with rest fake bone. This is 98% at least . Basically only the shoulder blades has any amount of restore at all as it was done by the nation’s best prepper, my dear friend who is the smartest man in the world who knows everything on skulls of cats. Even a perfectionist can’t find fault with this . You would have to be an unhappy person to even try to find something wrong here. I only see beauty and you will too I’m sure. To be it’s the best ever found. Unfortunately, I don’t have it at my home for some time is the only negative but hope to few it in a few years . The originality is spectacular as you will never find more lion bone on any skeleton anywhere. I can’t believe it . Its too amazing I can’t describe the emotional feeling of ownership of this cat. It doesn’t get any better. IM so lucky. What preservation this cat shows. Darker color indicates age or location found so this is amazing as this is darker than normal It will be in my collection for a long time even though I have many people would pay a fortune for this. Money is not important on an animal like this to be viewed over and over. You can’t even put a price on this as it’s priceless, but everything is for sale sometime maybe if a huge amount is offered in later years Ill relent. But that is years away. I tried to put words on this but this is undescribeable so look at pics. Simply Awesome. The pics are amazing. Its mine forever to look at. NO trying to buy it please You cant assign a value . Nothing was spared including huge costs to me to make this all Lion . In fact it costs me 15,000 for claws and American Lion Sheaths alone -extremely rare due to huge size of claws just like an American lion-some partial American lion claws were inside sheaths so those were kept intact also . It’s being stored at a warehouse in Maryland There are again only a few in the World outside of LaBrea Tarpits and they are also from a variety of American Lions

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Amazing Remarkable 8 Year Project -Complete American Lion 117 ” Long - More Pictures

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Mammal Didelphodon Vorax Tooth with Root 9/16” Long

Species: Didelphodon Vorax

Species description: Small mammal during the dinosaurs with short legs and sharp teeth

Geological strata: Hell Creek Formation

Geological period: 70-65.5 MYA

Geological period: Cretaceous Period

Item description and rating : 1-10 9.6 Gorgeous Beauty of The Past World -Mammal Didelphodon Vorax Tooth . This was ides also by the founder of a new species of Didelphodon. It is fairly rare also It shows the little mammals who where during the dinosaurs. It is a great tooth for a great price. Its very inexpensive / Open display box provided.

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Rare Extinct Related to Short-Face Bear Tremarctos floridanus(Ancestor to Spectacled Bear) 9.5” Foot

Species: tremarctos floridanus - Part of same grouping in Tremarctinae part of Short-face Bear

Species description: One of the largest bears of all time that stood up to 5 ft tall at the shoulder and weighed 1200lbs less than the normal Short-face bear that existed as contemporaries from the Pliocene to Pleistocene Epochs 4.9 Million years to 11,000 years ago. In fact, at one time the largest mammalian terrestrial carnivore known as Tremarctine bears or running bears endemic to North America and Europe. This was not a complete carnivore but ate a wide variety of items but did kill animals for a living also like simus short-face bear. It started 1.5 million years before Simus so it is believed also to develop into the true short-face but evolved differently to remain in another form.

Timeframe: 4.9 Million Years to 11,000 years ago

Geological Period: Middle Pliocene -Late Pleistocene

Item Location: Marion Co., Fl. 100,000 to 200,000 years old

Item rating and description: (1-10) *9.3* All Original Tremarctos Bear the forerunner to Giant Short Face Bear Entire Left Paw 9.5” long by 7” Wide with 25 Complete Bones. 100% Original Bone with all complete non-broken bones. This is so wonderful to have an entire foot with 5 complete claws with sheaths as no one has this anywhere, I promise!! There have been only a few uncovered and does have some bones from different bears of the same species but they match so well. Bear claws are so rare that are extinct. Few of these are present anywhere no matter where it’s found. I’ve heard of scant material being found but nothing like this is for sale now at this site to my knowledge. These were large bears who started 1.5 Million years before Short-face and are in the same family with some evolving into Short-face and some going to be the now Spectacled Bear so these lasted longer than Short-face bears did. This is a must for a true bear collector. Here you have from mostly the same individual totally original set of 25 bones in the left paw with super claws!!! Claws if found have no sheath but these are perfect!!! Each claw of a Short Face bear is worth over $1000. Not even wear on these is evident. I’m selling at half the price of my short-face bear but it is almost as rare AND people don’t know this bear, showing its rarity!!!!

Price: $3599

Final Reduced Price $2299

$1999 Under cost Blowout Inventory sale

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Giant Short-Faced Bear PAW-Largest in History & Rarest Fossil in the World - Auction soon for Double

Species: Arctodus simus (Bulldog Bear also)

Species description
: The largest Bear of all time that stood up to 6 ft tall at the shoulder and weighed 1800 lbs which is larger than grizzlies. In fact, at one time the largest mammalian terrestrial carnivore known as tremarctine bears or running bears endemic to North America and Europe. This was a complete carnivore not like bears today as evidenced by high nitrogen bone concentrations so was a killer of its time and lasted for 2.8 million years. More info is listed here http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arctodus.

Geological Timeframe: 3 Million Years to 11,000 years ago

Geological Period: Middle Pliocene - Late Pleistocene

Item Location:
Marion Co., Fl 100,000 to 200,000 years old Simus.

Item rating and description: (1-10) *9.8* Totally Original Giant Short Faced Bear Entire Right Paw 8.5” long by 8.5” Wide with 20 Complete Bones. This is so unbelievable as no one has this anywhere. This time I outdid myself on rareness as this ranks as the hardest animal to find in fossil records, even greater than La Brea Smilodon, or Dire Wolf. Few of these are present anywhere no matter where it’s found. Only scant pieces are ever found but here you have from mostly the same individual totally original set of 20 bones in the right paw with super claws. Claws if found have no sheath but these are perfect. Each claw of a Short Faced bear is worth over $1000, and this is almost perfect with 2 claws being from another Short faced Bear but size and finger position are accurate. It is just so amazing not even wear except on one metacarpal. Keep in mind even one claw is an amazing find for the animal. I’ve only had a few partial bones from this animal ever and they went for huge prices so here it is something in an original collection for years. I debated even selling this but don’t ask for a discount as my price is great for what it is. I have more requests for this than even cats so here it is!!!! This is an amzing piece Who has one -no one is the answer so what ARE YOU waiting for ????? THis will go for 10,000 at auction so its coming unless your real fast People love t pay lots more at auction so that’s where IM going

Price: $6999

Reduced below cost $4999 Way under cost

Final Reduced $4499


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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.

Price $399 Yes only 399

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Megalceros Giant Deer with 9 ft Antlers 15” Lower Jaw Irish Elk Inolving of 2 Deer

Species: Megaloceros giganteus

Species description: Known as The Irish Elk -They came 400,000 years ago, and last were found in Russia 5,000 years ago in Siberia but almost all died out at end of last ice age 10,000 years ago. Males had wing spans up to 12 ft long with large antlers in the middle and are the largest deer of all time . It died out due to habitat change and man .These are one of prized pieces anywhere in the fossil world. These just dot exist whole hardly ever. These have been found in Irish bogs hence the name Irish Elk, but they are not elk at all

Geological strata: Pleistocene Geological period: 400,000 -5,000 Years ago

Item location: North Sea, Netherlands

Rating and description1- 10 8 This is a lower jaw repaired glued together. This was made into a full one from 2 animals for appearance. It came out nice, and I did make price much less due to that. A full one animal is worth 400 or more. I love these animals as the males had 9 ft antlers. I do believe this can be used as a nice representation as these are rare. A whole head with antlers go for 60,000. WOW I’ve wanted this for many years. It has no restoration at all just a break with a little filler to repair it . While only found in Europe these are top collection pieces for USA.It is a treasure for you herbivore fans and deer lovers, plus the deer hunters to show a huge rack on the males. I can’t get any more of these so better buy these. No restore at all on this animal. Great price as I have extras.

Price:$249 Super price 2 animals jaws put together so cheap I will not return any from International under any circumstances as is my policy

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Beautiful Rare 100% Original Giant American Lion Sacrum 5.5” x 4.5” with Full Processess

Species: Panthera Atrox (Giant American Lion)

Species description: Extinct Largest Species of Lion ever to exist, a full 25% larger, 10-12 feet and 840 Lbs closely resembling the current species in Africa. It was the largest carnivore, except for the Giant short–faced bear, which are virtually nonexistent in the fossil records. It was much larger than the Smilodon Saber-tooth cat. There has been many specimens found in La Brae but only a handful elsewhere.

Geological strata: Pleistocene Epoch

Geological period: 1.8 MYA - 10,000 yrs ago.

Item location: Suwanee County, Florida

Item rating and description: (1-10) 10 Exceptional American Lion 5.5” x4.5”Complete Sacral Vertebrae Column(3 verts) from the Real King of Beasts. Rarer than Smilodon, Largest US Pleistocene Predator Ever, Giant American Lion Bone. No restoration of any type only repair. Anyone would like this rare vertebra. Lions aren’t found often so I’m going to make a person very lucky. It has exceptional bone quality with no restore and is valuable as they extremely rare. This was an extra part of my skeleton I’m working on so I decided to give it up at a great price. These are worth close to $1000 so this is a steal at… as I’ve only had 2 of these ever

Price: $699

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100% Original Bear-Dog & Dire Wolf Caudal Verts-End of Tail plus Upper Foot bones and Metapodials

Species: DAPHOENDON BOROCYON and a few LaBrea Dire Wolf Smaller Bones

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 9.3 Early Miocene All Original Daphoendon Borocyon and a Few Labrea Dire Wolf Bones incl. Caudal End of Tail verts plus Upper Foot bones, metapodials and metatarsals . NO one on earth has the complete skull of a bear-dog and I have an entire skeleton of an unknown species. While the exact species is not known on these verts it is Daphaoendon for sure with a few narrower Dire Wolf items-very few. This is of extreme scientific value, and also 100 % original. These verts are complete and amazing with almost all complete. About 20 of them . I only have these due to my skeleton being done so these are so rare of an animal 18 million years old .I really can’t say anymore than here because so little is known of this animal. I paid over 500 dollars for these at least Great price just to move fast for you beardog lovers. This is a gift for rare collectors . Each one of there is worth a lot but all 20 for only

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Late Miocene Bear-Dog Large Amphicyon Large Partial Humerus Plus Fibula of another Species

Species: Amphicyon longeramis-Humerus

Borocyon Fibula

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. Not 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: Southern Columbia County Northern Florida

Item rating and description:1-10 9.0 Large Late Miocene All Original Large Part Amphicyon Humerus with Fibula Parts . 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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