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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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Monster 31.5” Archaeotherium Entelodont Terrible Pig - Largest Known of Species

WOW Nothing Like this in the World! - Largest MONSTER TERRIBLE PIG! Archaeotherium Ever Found

Species: ARCHAEOTHERIUM MORTINI

Species description: Carnivore Pig ARCHAEOTHERIUM

Species of Entelodont: It was a relative of the ungulates and was a predator with large canines. They ate camels, sloths, oreodonts, brontotheres, and horses on the Oligocene. 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 7’ long. It was 5-6 ft tall at shoulder. 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. It also was a 1000 km mass. This species is so rare few exist anywhere. It could open its jaws very wide and snap down on prey.

Geological strata: Brule Formation White River Badlands

Geological period: Oligocene Period 34- 23.5 MYA

Item location: Badlands of Western South Dakota

Item rating and description: (1-10) *9.5* – MONSTER Rarest of Rare Archaeotherium “Terrible PIG” Entelodont 31.5” X 14.5” wide w Neck Verts. It has an extra hood which is never found so it measures an unreal 31.5”. This extremely large for its species with known archaeotherium largest length 24”. It is the animal highlighted in BBC Prehistoric Beasts DVD, which is a must for interested parties. A copy is provided free with this. This is simply amazing. The quality is absolutely top premium for an animal that no one can find hardy anywhere, and it has and has almost all original teeth and only a small section of the cheek restored. It is so top quality for the species and also possesses 3-4 original cervical vertebrae attached as well as a few other bones. IT is a complete on side and other side embedded in matrix.This is for only top collectors who want an item you can’t get anywhere. This is the animal shown in BBC Walking with Prehistoric Beasts so this creature alive. Just so you know what you have- archaeotherium can be found very occasionally and this hardly exists in fossil records let alone one this size. The last one was 20” long and sold for a fortune and was way undervalued. The canines are 4 inches on top long and 3” on bottom, and most teeth original. This is truly amazing and a top treasure, and if not sold will be with me forever. No one but myself offers this for sale in this condition. This is from a museum that closed. If you read this far you want it, so look at pics and buy quickly or lose it. Top collectors will appreciate it so get it. Before someone else. I do not expect to ever get one this quality and size again This is probably a record size Archaeotherium so what are you waiting for!

Price “15,999 This is worth way more Its huge and one of kind


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100% Original Megalceros Giant Deer (Irish Elk-Largest Ever))Partial Lowers(Left&Right)

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

Description & Rating and description1- 10 9.8 While Partials these fairly complete with back lower jaws show how big the largest deer ever was . Exceptional Beautiful 100% Original Megalceros Deer Lowers without the very front only. Both are different colors as a Pair and are from different animals . I love these animals as the males had 9 ft antlers. I do believe these are male due to width. WOW I’ve wanted these for many years. It has no restoration at all. While only found in Europe these are top collection pieces for USA. If you have an upper complete they go for 50,000 I have one for 14,000 with most of anthers .It is a treasure for you herbivore fans and deer lovers, plus the deer hunters to show a huge rack on the males. It is 100% original as I can’t stress that enough .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. These are priced at cost

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100% Original Pleistocene (10,000-20,000 years) Walrus Skull w Huge Tusks

Species: Odobenus rosmarus divergens Species description: Pleistocene Walrus definitely found in that time. The Walrus is a large flippered marine mammal that lived and do live in Artic temperatures. It is the sole surviving member of the Odobenidae. It’s noted for its prominent tusks, whiskers, and bulkiness. It was a contemporary with the wooly mammoth, and can weigh up to 4500 lbs which is amazing. It was able to survive the extinction event due to finding ice areas away from prehistoric peoples. The males and female have tusks, with males usually bigger. Pacific species are larger by about 20% as is this. Geological strata: 20,000 - 10,000 years ago Geological Period: Pleistocene Item location: NE of NOME, Alaska in Bering Strait in Water in Sediment Item rating and description: (1-10) 10. Attention Mammal Lovers…100% Original!! NO restoration or repairs. Found in water in sediment in Alaska’s Bering Strait preserving one of earths premier fossils!! This is an Amazing Pleistocene Mammal with Full 15” Skull, 12” Height with Tusks 14” long. This one is from Alaska found in water, and what is so spectacular I bought it because it’s 100% original never touched by a prepper in any way. All teeth, skull with original lowers and the tusks were intact, never repaired, or even placed back in skull. As it stands is as it was found. The skull is so firm it didn’t need penetrant sealant or bringing out color of any type. The tusks are truly amazing in width and color with 14” long tusks. The skull was identified as a male by an expert. He said many skulls, people elongate the tusks by putting modern ivory or putting other tusks in the upper jaw, with not original lower jaws. This animal was totally whole with original jaws plus original tusks in the skull just as they are today. It was bought from a very respectable European dealer who found this animal. I saw two skulls in Tucson, both long tusks – one asking $80,000 and eventually sold. Another sold also way over my price. This is an adult specimen. Prices have skyrocketed in recent years on these due to the fact that they are so attractive and rare. Check on the web or any store. You can’t find these and if you do they want huge prices. The colorful ivory tusks makes this so attractive with black, tan, rust-red, white areas intermingled. Anyway here are the pics. If you’re a high end collector… You really want this specimen!!! I’m not even a walrus lover but this one caught my attention!!! This fossil is perfect on all regards with great stand Goig to auction Apraised at $28,000 plus 23% premium so people wove to pay more than they have too Price: $29,999

Reduced Low Price $24,999

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These go for over 50,000.


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Pleistocene marsupial 19,000 Year Old Opossum Skull w Maxillas, and LowerJaw(1 Skull) All Original

Species: Didelpus virginiana

Species description: It was closely related to today’s Opossums. It nuts, insects , and foraged the forest floor . It had tritubercular molars with well developed talonids. The dental formula is 5/4,1/1,3/3, and 4/4’ All toe except one has claws and tail prehensive and long. There was a Cretaceous opossum that looked the same and survived all events where other species did not. Suited to adapt to anything except now crossing roads.

Geological strata: Late Pleistocene

Geological period: Pleistocene 20,000-now

Item location: Marion County, Florida

Item rating and description: 1-10 8.5Perfect Extremely Detailed Mosly Complete Pleistocene Oppossums Skull Parts w/ Teeth . The animal is not rare but the skull is 100% Original. It has the back of skull plus the front with maxillas with teeth. The color and originality. People don’t understand how rare the Pleistocene version of this is and to have most of one skull is fantastic. This is a giveaway for you rare collectors

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X Nice Large Colorful Hyaenodon horridus 13.5” Skull 9” Agape Open Mouth Skull

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Species: Hyaenodon horridus

Species description: This was the largest species of Hyaenodon in North America with massive high saggital crest in back of head, long narrow snout, short neck and long body and tail. It was the top single carnivore although a number of Terrible Pigs could drive one off. This was the largest carnivore for over 20 Million years called a Creodont and it hunted alone not in packs like its smaller 3 related species . These creodonts shared a specialized dentition commonly found in meat eating mammals with shearing structures called carnassal-teeth. This one species was the size of a bear and had 1000 lbs of pressure per bite , and was more dangerous and a lot bigger than any saber-tooth cat of its time a loner).Male specimens show grinding marks on their teeth which means tooth-grinding was used as intimidation with animals. The last creodont went extinct in America about 23 MYA but lasted to the Miocene in Asia . This is the rarest fossil of the 4 species of Creodont by far.

Geological strata: White River Formation

Geological period: Oligocene Period 35- Early Miocene23 MYA

Item location: Shannon County ,Badlands of Western S. Dakota

Item description and rating1-10 *9* Pretty Colorful Highly Original Rare Largest 30 MYA COMPLETE Hyaenodon horridus Skull with Teeth Morphology. This skull is fine with great teeth with all original except a few does have repairs . The canines plus all the teeth are original. It was found whole with exception of zygos so no full breaks, and it is simply an amazing quality piece in all regards including bone quality, beautiful color , and an adult . It’s such great bone quality it was a specimen that was very healthy so it met a quick death somehow possibly by a number of terrible pigs which were bigger, however, no bite marks on the head are evident. These got as large as 15” and are extremely desirable as few are found. Some restoration on skull occurred but expertly prepped so it looks great. Back of skull, zygos and few others like back of lowers are rstored. Quality is still x fine. Since I can’t put in words how lovely this animal is even with retore it’s so nice. IM sending pictures of this specimen and some lucky guy will get a price at great cost .It’s for an investment as this piece will grow lots in value . The unusual color alone makes this a huge buy. I lowered priced wanted on this to close to cost. The great ones go for 7500 and I have one of those now if you want almost perfection . It is open mouth on a great display and it is so amazing. Don’t ask to lower price as it is worth much more to me. This is an amazing specimen for this price. These go for 8000 and I have one that is special almost all original . This one isn’t that much lower so if you want an hyaenodon this is the one. It has a great display. I need the funds for something is reason it’s so low for a quick sale These are gigantic animals , the next largest in Oligocene with terrible pigs at top.

Price : $5300 I paid wholesale 4500 on this with 1000 to prep it 2 times .

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Famous George Lee Collection Superb Highly Original Mesohippus Horse Skull with Skeleton

Species: Mesohippus bairdi (Oligocene Horse )

Species description: These horses were small and about the size of a greyhound with a body 4 ft long, 2 ft high at the shoulder and larger than its predecessor Eohippus. They were short-legged, herbivores that lived by grazing. This animal is very rare compared to other Oligocene animals. They lived in the American West 35-23MYA. They were food for saber-tooth cats and hyaenodons for millions of years. They had 3 toes front and back. It looked like a modern horse except a lot smaller.

Geological strata: Brule Formation

Geological period: Oligocene Period 34-23 MYA

Item Location: AB Ranch- Shannon County , South Dakota

Item rating and description: (1-10) **9.7** Beautiful X-Fine Large 8 1/2”Oligocene Mesohippus Skull with Much of the Skeleton Highly Original. This was in the George Lee Collection who I admire, and I have many, many of his pieces. The skull is really amazing with very high % originality except for front incisors and a few spots on the skull. There is so little restore -on skull only- as the head is in matrix that is true matrix with many bones on both sides of the matrix at original spots it was found on with beautiful skeleton very complete. Mostly full bones, all skeleton, as George so loved to keep as original as possible. He prepped this piece and amazing facets of this skeleton and skull is exceptional with most of both sides of the skull showing out of matrix except under lower jaws and the very front on one side. Dynamite bones on both with at least 75-80 % of skeleton present due to almost all full legs showing, 2 feet with hooves on all of one and few on the other with one foot and leg bones being so beautifully prepped and laid down after death. All of the pelvic bones appear present which is so rare and even many of the ribs and all bones totally original. It is 19” long with skeletal parts all over the slab including the side. The beauty, detail, and bone quality of this animal is simply fantastic!! Just one glance, I had to have it as it is so outstanding. The prep work is so extremely good. It displays well on the matrix and bone quality is one of best I have ever had. This is an adult horse and is the top horse I have ever owned so all you horse lovers line up for this one. These are hard to get so completely original as most have the front completely restored due to saber cat attacks, so you will not find a better one! My wife loves this piece and doubt I’ll ever sell it. You can try to get it but it better be an outstanding offer. It’s just too good. This Fossil is Worth a Fortune!!!!

Price: $3999 firm

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Wonderful Early Horse Rare Packynolophidae Plagiolophus Palaeotherium Mostly Complete Horse Skull

Species: Plagiolophus Palaeotherium (Oligocene French Horse)

Species description: Extremely rare fossil horse found all over Europe and Asia Horses were small and close to 30 inches at shoulder like American Miohippus counterpart .. They weighed about 70 lbs were herbivores that lived from grazing in dense forests as they ate soft leaves , shoots ,berries , and leaf matter .This animal is very rare compared to other Oligocene animals. They lived in France 34-24 Million years ago . They were food for saber-tooth cats and hyaenodons for millions of years.

Geological strata: White River Formation

Geological period: Lower Oligocene Period 34-24 MYA

Item Location: Aude, France

Item rating and description: (1-10) *9* 100% Original Very Rare Early Horse 11” Long. Mostly Complete Skull with ALL Teeth Present and Original. For the true collector who wants not only American horses but wants the world’s horses. The important part of the skull is present totally original with all teeth and no resotation. This actually is one of only a few with the greatest area of skull ever found. In fact, the picture in Wikipedia of one is in matrix and much less complete so it may be the most ever complete found. This is the only one I ever saw with eye sockets and a piece of the back. Of course, most of the back is missing, however, you take what you can get and a whole skull has never been found to my knowledge so step up to the plate on this one horse lovers at a great price as I got a great deal!!!

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Wonderful Early Horse Extremely Rare Packynolophidae Plagiolophus Palaeotherium Partial Lower Jaw

Species: Plaiolophus Palaeotherium (Oligocene French Horse)

Species description: Extremely rare fossil horse found all over Europe and Asia. Horses were small and close to 30 inches at shoulder like American Miohippus counterpart. They weighed about 70 lbs and were herbivores that lived from grazing in dense forests as they ate soft leaves, shoots, berries, and leaf matter. This animal is very rare compared to other Oligocene animals. They lived in France 34-24 Million years ago. They were food for saber-tooth cats and hyaenodons for millions of years.

Geological strata: White River Formation

Geological period: Lower Oligocene Period 34-24 MYA

Item Location: Aude, France

Item rating and description: (1-10) *8* 100% Original, Very Rare Early Horse, 8” Around the Curve. Mostly Complete One Side of a Lower Jaw with Teeth Present and Original in matrix. For the true collector who wants not only American horses but wants the worlds horses. The important part of this jaw is present totally original with teeth and no restoration. This is such a rare piece, but since only a section I’m pricing super low!!!!

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