Mammal Series


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Last Updated 05-15-17

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 Tyrannosaurs rex #0075

Tyrannosaurus rex, large predatory therapod dinosaur from the late Cretaceous of North America.

 Tyrannosaurs rex, Triceratops #0076

Tyrannosaurus rex Triceratops Predation Scene.

Tyrannosaurs rex #0077

Tyrannosaurus rex (available individually from the predation scene), large predatory therapod dinosaur from the late Cretaceous of North America.

Concavenator corcovatus #0078

Concavenator corcovatus, strange hump-backed therapod dinosaur from the early Cretaceous of Spain.


Dunkleosteus terrelli #0054

Dunkleosteus terrelli, Large predatory fish from the Devonian period.

(Now Available)

Platybelodon #0050

Platybelodon, Also referred to as the "Shovel-Tusker" elephant. A distant relative of modern elephants.

Glyptotherium #0051

Glyptotherium, Giant armored relative of modern armadillos from the Americas, lived from about 4 million years ago until about 10,000 years ago.

(Now Available)

Woolly Mammoth #0052

Mammuthus primigenius, Large hair-covered relative of modern elephants from the last ice age of Europe, Asia and North America. Probably the best known of all fossil mammals.

(Now Available)

Synthetoceras tricornatus #0053

Synthetoceras tricornatus, Deer sized distant relative of camels found in the Pliocene deposits of Texas. Most distinguished feature is the tall forked horn it sported on its snout.

Macrauchenia patagonica #0055

Macrauchenia patagonica, Camel-like mammal from the Miocene period of South America.

Uintatherium anceps #0056 (Now Available)

Uintatherium anceps, Rhino-like mammal from the Eocene period of North America.

Elasmotherium sibiricum #0057 (Now Available)

Elasmotherium sibiricum, Giant one horned rhinoceros that lived from the Pliocene to Pleistocene of Eurasia.

Coelodonta antiquitatis #0058 (No Longer Available)

Coelodonta antiquitatis, Better known as the "Woolly Rhinoceros", lived throughout Europe and Asia during the las Ice Ag.e

Canis lupus pack #0059

Now Available at KAIBUTSUYA SHOP in Japan.

Canis lupus, Pack of three, modern wolf.

Arsinoitherium zitteli #0060

Arsinoitherium zitteli, large rhinoceras-like herbivore that lived during the Eocene and late Oligocene of North Africa.

New! Indricotherium #0061( Now Available)

Indricotherium, Giant prehistoric rhinoceros, largest land mammal ever.

Modern White Rhinoceros #0070

Ceratotherium simum, Modern endangered white rhinocros of South Africa.

Modern African Bull Elephant #0071

Loxodonta africana, Modern bull elephant of Africa.

(Temporarily Unavailable)

Modern Hippopotamus #0072

Hippopotamus amphibius, Modern bull Hippo of Africa.

New! Estemmenosuchus #0079 (Now Available)

Estemmenosuchus, large Therapsid from the middle permian.

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Some of the original Paleocraft resin models still available through The Alchemy Works,

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Smilodon fatalis, Large saber toothed cat from Pleistocene America.




Dinornis giganteus, Largest of the giant flightless birds from New Zealand.




Xenosmilus hodsonae, large Scimitar-Toothed cat from Pleistocene North America.




Largest land mammal of all time, related to modern rhinos.




Paleo Bison

Bison latifrons, Largest of the prehistoric Bison from North America, 8 foot horn span.




Barbourofelis fricki, Lion sized cat-like predator belonging to the family Nimravidae, not related to true cats.



Machairodus giganteus, Large saber-toothed cat from Europe and Asia going extinct as recently as 2 million years ago.



Thylacosmilus atrox, Jaguar sized saber-toothed marsupial predator from South America, became extinct around 2 million years ago.



Homotherium latidens, One of the more common and well known saber-tooth cats, fossils found throughout the world.



Megantereon cultridens, Leopard sized saber-tooth cat believed to be the ancestor of the more commonly known Smilodon.



Thylacoleo carnifex, also known as the "Marsupial Lion". Large specialized predator of prehistoric Australia. Related to Koala and Wombats



More commonly known as the "Tasmanian Tiger". Recently extinct marsupial predator that once inhabited Tasmania as well as Australia and New Guinea.



Aepycamelus, tall giraffe-like camel that existed from about 10 to 5 million years ago in North America.



Thylacosmilus atrox, Jaguar sized saber-toothed marsupial predator from South America, became extinct around 2 million years ago.



Andrewsarchus mongoliensis, Large creodont predator that lived about 50 million years ago, related to the ancestor of whales.



Megaloceros giganteus, giant deer from Ice Age Europe and Asia, also know as Giant Irish Elk.


Duelling Brontotherium

Also known as Brontops, Bronotheres or Titnaotheres, Large herbivore that lived throughtout the Oligocene of North America and Eastern Asia.



Megatherium americanum, Giant ground sloth from Ice Age South America, largest of all the ground sloths



Dinohyus hollandi, Large Bison size enteledont from North America, distant relative of modern pigs.


 Woolly Rhinoceros

Coelodonta antiquitatis , More commonly known as the Woolly Rhino, lived throughout Europe and Asia during the last Ice Age.



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