Titanothere Fossil, Partial Skull

SKU: 93657
Titanothere Fossil, Partial Skull

Titanothere Fossil, Partial Skull

SKU: 93657
Regular price $7,695.00
  • Fast Fulfillment
  • Secure payments
  • Low stock - 1 item left
  • Inventory on the way
Shipping calculated at checkout.
Titanotheres (or Brontotheres) were massive mammals that looked similar to modern rhinos, but were closely related to horses. Titanotheres lived  during the Eocene (56-34 million years ago), after the mass extinction event that wiped out dinosaurs. When Sioux tribes found Titanothere fossils, they named the creatures "thunder beasts"--a very accurate name, as Titanotheres were the largest creatures on land after the fall of dinosaurs. Interestingly, a Titanothere jaw was the first fossil from the White River Badlands to be described in a scientific journal in the mid-1800s, prompting paleontological study that has continued there through present day. This specimen was professionally excavated and prepared by the Black Hills Institute of Geological Research in South Dakota. 15 x 9 x 20 inches.

15 x 9 x 20 inches

This Item is Not Eligible for Shipping and is Curbside Pickup Only from the Hermann Park Museum location in Houston.

FREE Standard Shipping on all Continental U.S. orders of $125 or more.
All other Orders ship for a Flat-Fee of $12.95

For more information, please see our Shipping Policy.

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.

Red Fox Agate Pair
Fossil Script Stone Knife Handle with Pink Lady Obsidian Blade
Koalas Jade Carving
Thai Beetle Wing Bolo
Oxidized Sterling Silver Large Elephant Ring
Large, Rough T. rex Tooth Fossil, Lance Creek Formation
Recently viewed