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  • Dire Wolf Skull (Tar Finish)
    Canis dirus.,The Dire Wolf is an extinct carnivorous mammal of the genus Canis, roughly the size of the extant gray wolf, but with a heavier build. It evolved in North America and later moved into South America. Canis dirus is assigned to the Rancho la brea land mammal age of North America (240,000-..
  • Gray Wolf Footprint (22x16.5cm)
  • Gray Wolf Skull
    Canis lupus., also known as the timber Wolf. They hunt prey on their own, steal the prey of other predators, or scavenge carrion. Prey is located by chance or scent. Animals included in the diet of gray wolves varies geographically and depends on prey availability. Gray wolves are highly social..
  • Sabertooth Cat  Smilodon Skull Tarpit Finish
    Smilodon fatalis., Excavated from the famous La Brea Tar Pits, this specimen represents one of the largest, most complete saber-toothed cats ever found. This specimen's impressive canines measure 6.5" (16.5cm) long. This Pleistocene predator hunted by ambushing large mammals, slashing them with..
  • Siberian Wolf Skull
     Canis lupus., Siberia is known as one of the most formidable habitats on the planet, but this doesn't stop several types of wolves from calling it home. Siberian Wolves have lived in Siberia for thousands of years. Special adaptations have resulted in various wolf subspecies that are well-suit..