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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.

Price : $32,000 was personal collection for years


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Species: Equus complicatus

Species description: Horses evolved from earlier horses to be large and this horse evolved into one of the modern species so this is extinct at end of last ice age. They were long –legged compared to earlier horses and long necked with a long tail. They are adapted to open terrain, from plains to savannahs. These had slender legs ending in a single hoof. These were herbivores that lived from grazing on tough fibrous food such as leaves, bark, but are normally grazers. They went extinct at the end of last ice age 10,000 years ago. It is from USA.

Geological strata:

Geological period: Pleistocene 10,000 years old

Item Location: Salt River Valley, Nebraska

Item rating and description: (1-10) **9** - Beautiful Large 24” American Complete Upper Skull of an Extinct Complicatus Species. This is a spectacular later extinct horse species that evolved into today’s modern horse .It died out 10,000 years ago in USA e and this is first whole one I ever saw. While pieces of skull you can buy a whole upper skull with no restore are extremely rare to find due to fragile nature of the skull . It’s so exceptional with no restoration I can find anywhere so virtually 100% original. I can’t say enough about this piece so just admire it for now. The skull is really amazing with almost 100 % original including all teeth on the upper. No restore amywhere can be seen so exceptional quality on this upper skull . The beauty and bone quality of this animal is simply fantastic. It is so outstanding. Little if no prep work was done except stabilizing so it’s very secure now. Simply great extinct Pleistocene specimen at a low price. Beautiful dark brown Color is so appealing for you collectors.

Price: $999 sold

Shipping: $89

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Species : Panthera leo fossilis Early Lion Species- possible early Panthera leo spelea -

Species Description : 1-10 *10* The cave lion evolved from the earlier Panthera leo fossilis which is believed to be the best specimen ever found of an earlier species. It was believed to be 500,000 years ago and maybe this animal was most complete of the earlier one ever found. The first species was actually larger even though you would think it was smaller according to the internet as this is 15-17 inches and later ones were slightly smaller or same at 15-17. Also DNA shows this to be identical to American Lion which just came here from Europe at 300,000 years ago but none are found that OLD. This is the largest Lion that ever lived much larger than African Lions with skulls up to 16-17 inches long. It roamed in Romania, Russia Siberia, Austria and a few specimens in Poland .None until now have ever been found in Yugoslavia now renamed. It was massive with a large sturdy body with a shoulder height greater than 5 ft high and a body length of more than 9 feet, even this was smaller as an earlier species. This species was enhanced by glaciation thru various ice ages. If females were smaller this cat may have been a female but old

Geographic Period : Middle Pleistocene Epoch

Geographic time: 400,000 -200,000 years ago

Item Location : Karst, Yugoslavia close to Austria Border Cave Found 35 Years ago

Item rating and description : 1-10 *10* WOW Unbelieveable Entire Upper One-of-A-Kind Earliest Known European Lion Upper Skull 15.25” Long. This is so special not only because it may the be oldest full upper of the earliest lion ever , but it also has huge teeth bite injuries in the head with both showing a healing so the animal survived an attack probably from one of its on species or a large saber cat years earlier . This lion was a survivor . Now an adult from this timeframe was supposed to be bigger. These lions are 10% bigger than the modern lion of Africa This animal has all teeth and they were worn but the skull is so good it has zygos, condyles, and everything. This is so amazing as only fragments of an early lion up to 450,000 years old have ever been found. Not only is this upper complete but due to dark brown color, and found in a cave in past Yugoslavia, it’s known to be at least 250,000 years old and possibly much older. No one in the universe has this as it’s the best and most complete of this species leo fossilis ever found. Also no known lion has ever been found in Yugoslavia, even though it was close to Austria. Back in the 70s you could find and hunt in caves everywhere but nothing was found this good. It was within 200 kilometer area of Austria. This was from a private collection found 35 years ago. You will never see a better lion skull and rarer than this. Now days if you find a cave lion more than 30,000 years old in pieces you are lucky. Of course the American lion and the cave lion are one in the same just some genius wanted to put another species classification as soon as it crossed into Alaska 300,000 years ago from the Bering Strait . Again I can’t emphasize enough about this being older than any other lion ever found this complete even though partials are found, but usually pieces. What preservation. I also have a whole American Lion with skeleton from Alaska that is about 60,000 years old from the lighter color but still darker than normal European lions, but not this one. Darker color indicates age or location found so this is amazing and there is no difference than an American Lion. No restore, not even touched or doctored or repaired in any way as though it died yesterday but may be the most complete older lion ever found especially in this condition. I’m really speechless on this animal, and will be in my collection forever. You can’t even put a price on this as its priceless, but everything is for sale maybe if 100,000 is offered at later date like years down the road. I tried to put words on this but this is undescribeable so look at pics. Simply Awesome. Going to auction soon for a lot more as people want to pay way more for some reason K

Price $43,000 This is the oldest Lion ever found so one of a kind $34,000 Will be sold in January

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