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Top Carnivore of its Time - Juvenile (Approx Pig years 8 yrs old) “TERRIBLE PIG” (Archaeotherium)

Species: ARCHAEOTHERIUM Ingens or MORTONI

Species description: Largest Species of Entelodont and Largest Carivore Pig of all time. It was a relative of the ungulates and a cow - sized predator with large canines. They ate camels, oreodonts, brontotheres, and horses on the Oligocene fields. It could also dig for roots and tubers. It had an elongated skull with long bony knobs beneath the eyes and on the lower jaws. It also had long spines on its thoracic vertebrae over the shoulders and often obtained lengths over 8’. Its jaw could snap shut quickly and kill any animal during its time and was highly successful. It hunted in packs and could run off a huge hyaenodon. One unnamed species lived during early Miocene. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Archaeotherium

Geological strata: White River Formation White River Badlands

Geological period: Oligocene Period 34-23 MYA This one at top of layer about 25 Million years old

Item location: Badlands of Shann0n County, South Dakota

Item rating and description: (1-10) *8.5* Rarest of Archaeotherium - Juvenile Nature’s Finest Entelodont Archaeotherium “Terrible Pig” Skull found last year in South Dakota. These small juveniles are hardly ever found and the person who knows the most over a 25 year career hunting these has only seen 3 other juveniles ever. What a nice specimen at 16” long, which is not large but large if you consider it was only a 8-9 year old carnivore. This is the most sought after mammal now after all the BBC Prehistoric Beast immortalized publication tape, which comes with this beautiful creature. This is probably a female as it showed sexual dimorphism and cheeks of females and young were smaller in size. This was the most feared creature of the Oligocene Period with hyaenodons. It has all original teeth and lower jaws and it even shows new tusks coming in behind the baby tusks which are worn but still present. All the teeth are to this pig so combined with quality of bone makes this pig great!!! One zygomatic arch is original and the other restored with 98% original behind the ears on the top of this carnivore baby also with one cheek flap original and some of the top before the nose restored and sides all top quality bone. Any restoration you can’t see so it is spectacular. The beautiful color of skull with black and brown spots is so appealing also as are the teeth color being all visible and shiny as to protect them. Most are in matrix due to strong possibility of breakage in prepping and this was safest for this specimen. The morphology is simply amazing for this animal. I saw one a little better quality and same size in Denver last year and it sold no questions asked for $16,000. These animals made mince meat of the saber cats of the time. This is your chance to get a quality beautiful specimen for less money than you will ever find for same quality!!!!

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MONSTER 23” UPPER ADULT SKULL of UNKNOWN SPECIES OF TERRIBLE PIG–AMAZING FIND–A TREAT of a LIFETIME

Species: ARCHAEOTHERIUM UNKNOWN SPECIES

Species description: Largest Species of Entelodont and Largest Carnivore Pig of all time. It was a relative of the ungulates and a cow- sized predator with large canines. They ate camels , oreodonts , brontotheres ,and horses on the Oligocene fields. It could also dig for roots and tubers. It had an elongated skull with long bony knobs beneath the eyes and on the lower jaws. It also had long spines on its thoracic vertebrae over the shoulders and a small brain, and often obtained lengths over 8 ‘. Its jaw could snap shut quickly and kill any animal during its time and was highly successful. It hunted in packs and could run off a huge hyaenodon. One unnamed species lived during early Miocene .The early archs were a little smaller than later Oligocene archaeotheriums .

Geological strata: WHITE RIVER Formation

Geological period: Late Oligocene Period 25-23 MYA

Item location: Badlands of Western South Dakota,Pennington County

Item rating and description: 1-10 9.5 ONE-OF-KIND MONSTER ADULT 23” LONG Entelodont” Terrible Pig “Archaeotherium 19” Wide Unique color ed UPPER Skull found last year on a South Dakota private ranch . What a beautiful monster specimen with some restore . It comes without a lower. This was in my personal collection as no one has this species . Nothing has been written about it except it is very late Oligocene and also a noted top paleontologist said this is an unknown species of archaeotherium ever discovered before . Look at the eyes as it shows characteristics not known in this species , I didn’t have time to do as it allows people who can’t afford a complete one get the most important part of this animal . They were smart, resourceful , team killers on the West Plains of North America .This is the most sought after mammal now after all the BBC Prehistoric Beast immortalized publication tape. IT shared the Oligocene Period with hyaenodons as the top predators but these were in teams and were top dogs so to speak . The originality is high as all teeth are real but some from a large known entelodont , and skull is high original also with one cheek having a lot of restore and one only the tip . The back of sagittal crest is restored some but rest is original . Its very easy to see restored areas on this colorful pig but no one has it . Teeth that were coated for shine and protection is simply amazing .The colors are darker for a pig and as time went these pigs evolved into daedons and large Miocene Archaeotherium also which I also have one , and it is an unknown species . It is mine and it is 31” Long so I have two unknown species of pig no one else has so IM blessed . IT has very unusual coloring for one of these creatures ,. This is an huge adult. These animals made mince meat of the saber cats of the time. The values on these have skyrocketed due to rarity but you can have you pick with me . IT looks like a male to me but not sure as females got big also late in Oligocene . I kept this very reasonable a unknown species so you can enjoy . Its straight from my personal collection. If this had full lowers -some lower is there it is worth $18,000

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    Gorgeous One-Of-Kind 100% Original MEGALCEROS DEER (IRISH ELK)UPPER SKULL & Almost All ANTLERS

    Species: Megaloceros giganteus (Irish Elk)

    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 do not 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: Mannheim , SW Germany ,Rhine River Private Gravel Pit in the Rural Area

    Rating and description1- 10 9.9 Only due to partial but most Ive ever seen whole . Exceptional Beautiful 100% Original Megalceros Deer Upper Skull with Large Part of Antlers. Nothing in the world except my American Lion is more special than this piece. This is a huge male. Its 4.4 ft wide and skull is 22” long plus an extra 22 inches with an add on . WOW I’ve wanted one for many years, and this is the most complete and best I ever saw . This has no restoration and the only repair was the horns placed on the skull. Sure you could wait for 20 years to see if one comes and then pay 50,000 at auction plus 20% so $60,000 as the last full one went for or buy this at way better cost and get the easy parts later cheaper as parts to add. You see the upper skull and large rack is in place and only the ends and the lower jaw-the two easiest to find are not there. These would and could be bought over the years as they do come. Anyway it is perfect on what is there and so beautiful found in a gravel pit in Germany recently this year. This is the first I ever had-in fact the best ever saw. It is a treasure for you herbivore fans and deer lovers, plus the deer hunters to show a huge rack. It is 100% original as I can’t stress that enough .I can’t get any more of these so better buy this one. No restore at all on this animal. At all Anyway this is a must if you want a full collection and a hard one to get. The person I bought this from is the largest dealer in Europe and have bought many fine items , and he said in 30 years on the business this is the finest specimen he ever had including only 1 full one in 30 years as that had lots of restore and sold for 40,000 20 years ago. So even if one was found this is the best you will ever have a chance to buy . I added a 22 ” left side of deer at end so all you need for a complete one is animal right side from back to have a complete one I also can get a lower for $2000 more YOu get a great price now for almost all and I can get all .

    Price: $18,999 without lowers Almost complete now .Complete these run $50,000 and up ,and now only end of right side and lowers which I can get for added low price

    With lowers $Reduced $16,600 Cost Full these are so rare and worth $60,000

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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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    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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    SPECTACULAR EOCENE “DAWN HORSE” EOHIPPUS SKULL HIGHLY ORIGINAL!!!-AUCTION BOUND

    Species: HYRACOTHERIUM or Eohippus (58-51 MYA)

    Species description: This horse is so small it barely reached 14” tall (Similar to a small dog). These herbivores lived from grazing on foliage, fruit, herbs and berries. This animal is the rarest of rare compared to other fossils in the world. They had 4 toes front and 3 in back. It looked like a modern horse except much, much smaller. Forefeet and hind feet had pads similar to dogs. It had a short neck, back raised in slight arch and teeth had three incisors, one canine, four premolars, and three grinding molars on each side of the jaw.

    Geological strata: Willwood Formation

    Geological period: Early Eocene Period 58-51 MYA

    Item Location: Close to Powell, Wyoming in 1970’s

    Item rating and description: (1-10) 10**Off the Charts AMAZING FIND*** One-of-a Kind Eohippus “Dawn Horse” Skull 7” Long Highly Original. While small, great things come in small packages. This horse is the most sought after herbivore skull due to its improbability of even being found. This excellent condition is just so unbelieveable, it is simply amazing!! While the top is compressed down, the entire top has original bone with only crack fills due the compression. It was unable to be inflated for fear of breaking the skull so I decided not to take a risk with nature’s spectacular splendor. The lower is original except for the incisors - as these are never found – too small and fragile plus the backs. This was so expertly prepared it looks 100% original (and almost is). This period of 50 Million years ago has hardly any material ever uncovered after the dinosaurs when Terror Birds (that are also unbelievably rare) ruled and ate these guys for snacks. This one survived for posterity, so little horsey, you made it through 50 million years. The beauty, detail, and bone quality of this animal, again, is simply fantastic!!! I would say 90% of the skull is original. This starts my horse bonanza as you’ll never see a more astonishing piece! I have almost all that have been found in a line up so amazing. Just one glance and I had to have it as it is so outstanding. No one, except one that I have heard has this. There is nothing like this anywhere in the world. Here it is fossil lovers. This is a priceless piece for a collection!!!! I hope you all enjoy looking at this piece!!!! keith poss

    Price $69,559 At auction I expect 100,000 dollars so a discount for a short time No one has this except if you wish a skeleton for 2 million Hold for $55,000 Discount of 15,000 January sale

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    Megalceros Giant Deer with 9 ft Antlers 15” Lower Jaw Irish Elk w 2 Deer combined

    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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    Spectacular Giant Short-Faced Bear…Rarest Fossil in the World Complete Claw (2)!!

    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:
    Middle Pliocene - Late Pleistocene

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

    Item rating and description: (1-10) *9* Giant Short-Faced Bear Entire Claw 1.70“Long. This is one of the hardest animals 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 a rare piece. Claws if found have no sheath but these are wonderful. It has slight repair. Each claw of a Short-Faced bear is worth over $ 1000, and this is so nice. 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 plan on getting some skull pieces now.

    Price: $375

    Final Price :275

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    Oreodont Upper Skulls- Adult Front Skull and Fairly Complete Baby Upper Skull

    Species: Merycoidodon culbertsoni

    Species description: Large Oreodont that roamed the grasslands during the Oligocene period that resembled in function and appearance of a smaller cow. They were short-legged, blunt-headed herbivores that had 5 toes on each foot They lived in the American West 35-23MYA. They were food for saber-tooth cats and hyaenodons for millions of years. They belonged to a group of artiodactyls related to camels, and had a full set of teeth. They did have canines and molars were used for grinding vegetation.

    Geological strata: White River Formation

    Geological period: Oligocene Period 34-23 MYA

    Item location: Shannon County , S. Dakota

    Item rating and description: 1-10 8 2 Oreodont Upper Skulls –Adult and Baby. The baby is 3.5” and most of upper is intact whole. The adult is only the front of upper skull with one side containing teeth and part of other side in front. The baby has most of teeth also as does the one side of the adult frontal area. Both are found right next to each other on the only private land I know of in this county. Anyway a great price for two Partials just to get you started Whole skulls go for $600 apiece

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    GIANT Short-Faced Bear 4 Skull Pieces of One of Most highly Prized Fossils Under Cost

    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: Middle Pliocene - Late Pleistocene

    Item Location: Dixie County, Fl. 100,000 to 200,000 years old Simus.

    Item rating and description: (1-10) *9* Totally Original Giant Short-Faced Bear Skull Pieces - 2 large top back sagittal crest pieces plus 2 temporal pieces. 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. Few even find a tooth and I have some. I’m putting a skull together but do not need these 4 pieces of skull including 2 back of skull middle pieces and 2 temporal pieces. This price is less than cost since I don’t need them so I offer a great price

    Price: $299

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    Giant -Shortfaced Bear 4 Skull Pieces -Largest Bear in Recorded History & Rarest Fossil

    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: Middle Pliocene - Late Pleistocene

    Item Location: Dixie County, Fl. 100,000 to 200,000 years old Simus

    Item rating and description: (1-10) *9* Totally Original Giant Short-Faced Bear 3 Large ,1 small Skull Sections. 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. Few even find a tooth and I have some. I’m putting a skull together but do not need these 4 pieces of skull including 2 back of skull middle pieces and 2 temporal pieces. This price is less than cost since I don’t need them so I offer a great price

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