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Canis dirus

Canis dirus Carnivora Canidae dire wolf Pleistocene Ranch of Brea California USA SCULPT MODELS RESTORATION RECONSTRUCTIONS CAST CASTS COPYING REPLICAS RECONSTRUCTION RESTORATIONS DUPLICATIONS REPRODUCTION COPYING DUPLICATION REPRODUCTION IMITATION IM

Category:Skulls
Taxonomy:Carnivora: Canidae
Age:Pleistocene
Locality:Ranch of Brea, California, USA
Length:0.31 meters

Description

The dire wolf (Canis dirus) is a late member of the family Canidae (which includes wolves, coyotes, jackals and other dogs), was very common in North americas during the Pleistocene. While it mingled with Grey Wolf, was not seen as predecessor of any kind today. The dire wolf coexisted with Grey Wolf in North America during 100000 years. It was extinct 10000 years ago along with other species of large mammals in North America. This cast replica was found in the Ranch of Brea, California, USA.


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Canis dirus skull cast
130 EUR   (Convert)

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