Recently Extinct




Pictures in the gallery are of original Paleocraft sculptures, prototypes or of art work from Paleocraft patrons and are not for sale as resin kits unless other wise indicated in the Catalog section of this web site.




































 Diatryma gigantea : A giant flightless bird that lived during the Eocene, approximately 50 million years ago.

 Mammuthus primigenius : More commonly known as the Woolly Mammoth, thrived during the last Ice Age throughout Europe, Asia and the Eastern parts of North America.

Synthetoceras tricornis: One of a kind commissioned piece, Pliocene member of the Protoceratidae (first horn) family, related to camels and about the size of a deer.

 Leaping Stag wall plaque, a one of a kind commissioned sculpture, bronze finish.

 Arctodus simus : Giant Short Faced Bear, also referred to as the "Bulldog" bear. Lived in Ice Age North America, ranged from Alaska and the Yukon to Mexico, and from East to West coast.

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

 Deinonychus : Small dinosaur sculpture based on the famous 1969 Robert Bakker illustration.

 Tyrannosaurus rex : Probably the most renown of all the therapod dinosaurs and one of the largest of the carnosaurs. A one of a kind commissioned piece with a bronze finish.

 Mechanosaur/Raptor: Paleo-Sci/Fi sculpture based on the Velociraptor

 Mechanosaur/Cera: Original Paleo-Sci/Fi prototype based on composite Ceratopian features, approx.13 inches long

 Mechanosaur/Raptor: Original Paleo-Sci/Fi prototype, approx. 18 inches long

 Mechanosaur/Raptor: Another Paleo-Sci/Fi sculpture based on the Velociraptor, different pose

 Equuas quagga : Commonly referred to as the Quagga, a small zebra that once inhabited Southern Africa, became officially extinct in 1883

Thylacine, more commonly known as the "Tasmanian Tiger" or "Tasmanian Wolf". Recently extinct marsupial predator that once inhabited Tasmania as well as mainland Australia and New Guinea.

Now Available in Model Form!

 Dinornis giganteus, more commonly know as the Moa, largest of the giant flightless birds from New Zealand. Believed to have gone extinct sometime after the first humans inhabited the island around 1,000 years ago.

Now Available in Model Form!

  "Thinking Woman", a one of a kind commissioned sculpture matched angle for angle to Rodin's "Thinking Man"


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