Eremotherium Laurillardi Skeleton

Description

Eremotherium Laurillardi Skeleton Disarticulated Museum quality polyurethane resin. The Eremotherium Laurillardi Skeleton is made in the USA. Measures 13 feet tall or 4m. Daytona Beach Late Pleistocene. Skeleton requires crating for shipping which is included in price. Please call 509-951-3557 for shipping quote.

Eremotherium Laurillardi is an extinct genus of ground sloth of the family Megatheriidae, endemic to North America and South America during the Pleistocene epoch. It lived from 4.9 million years ago, 11,000 years ago existing for approximately 4.889 million years ago. Fossils have been uncovered from Volusia County, Florida, Chatham County, Georgia; Berkeley County, South Carolina; Espirito Santo; and Pedra Preta, Brazil; Tarapoto, Peru (giant form); Rio Canas, Ecuador.

Additional information

Weight 100 lbs
Dimensions 13 in
Eremotherium Laurillardi Facts:

Scientific classification
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Chordata
Class: Mammalia
Superorder: Xenarthra
Order: Pilosa
Family: †Megatheriidae
Subfamily: †Megatherinae
Tribe: †Megatheriini
Subtribe: †Megatheriina
Genus: †Eremotherium

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