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  1. Mahnmut

    Megantereon

    From the album: Skeleton models

    Plio-Pleistocene of Europe modified Smilodon skeleton from Geoworld

    © Jan Frost

  2. Kiros

    Nimravid! But which one?

    Hi guys! Recently I got in a trade this nimravid mandible from the white river formation in Shannon County. Now I want to ask your help to determine the genus, if possible. Being incomplete and missing all the teeth it's quite difficult but it has a quite elongate mandible flange and by the number of the alveoli it had three teeth. I think it can be Hoplophoneus, what do you think about it?
  3. Hi everyone, these days I was thinking about sabertoothed animals (I know I'm a bit crazy). I was thinking about the difference in the canine of different animals, I know the difference in the sabertooth of machairodontinae, smilodontinae and metailurinae. I also know that thylacosmilus has triangular shaped canines. But what about barbourofelids and nimravids, are there difference that permits to distinguish their canines with felids sabertooth? Thank you to anyone who can enlight me
  4. This looks to have some small spots of fill, but do any of you see something more? Also hard to tell if the horn was put into the left eye socket to make it look like a fascinating death fossil versus really found like that. thanks
  5. Hi there I've always wanted a sabertooth skull, and for the past year i see many coming the same seller among other fossils from our favorite auction site. They never really explain how much of the skull, eggs, pssitacosaurus, is authentic and not responded to messages. Do you recommend these products? Thanks!
  6. Mostly I'm just curious, I want to buy one one day but I dont know how to tell a fake form the real thing.. I thought it would look more like real bone but the main characteristics of real bone seem to be gone.. Restoration to lower jaw. From reading another thread here, I get the sense the "fakes" are REALLY REALLY good. If so is there a place to get one that is this good and doesn't cost as much (and is sold as a fake/reproduction)? Thank you
  7. I was wondering if the saber tooth can be found in real bone or would it be only in rock ? It seems they existed 11,000 years ago so that means they could be real bone and not just rock? Thank you
  8. sseth

    Pogonodon platycopis

    This is an amazing Pogonodon platycopis skull from the John Day Formation in Oregon. These are some of the most rare of the Nimravidae, as well as some of the oldest. See also Eaton 1922, Fremd et al. 1994, Macdonald 1970, Matthew 1910, Scott and Jepsen 1936 and Thorpe 1920
  9. The photos are from a trip in 2005, but the exhibits (as far as I know) are still in place at the museum. Bishop Planetarium & South Florida Museum, in Bradenton, FL. Smilodon skeleton cast Mastodon skeleton Mammoth bones found during construction in Bradenton in 2005. Mammoth tusk Life-sized diorama of 2 ancient Florida hunters & a bison <continued...>
  10. I just thought I would share the Journey of my two most recent Saber Toothed Pseudo-Cats (Nimravidae). The first is Hoplophoneus. I got this cat and most people would not even recognize it, but I knew it had potential. Here are the origional pics I took before undergoing the restoration process.
  11. ordisway

    Wood Or Sabertooth Tooth

    I picked this up from a street vendor in SLP Mexico, I thought the piece was petrified wood but he said it was a sabertooth tiger tooth. it weighs a little under 5oz. Thanks so much for any help.
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