A truly rare offering of two fully articulated, uniquely mounted saber-toothed carnivores (Dinictis felina), these specimens represent a virtually complete fossilized skeleton—in an exciting and dynamic pose.
No comparable display specimens of the same quality and originality exist in either private or museum collections.
Beautifully preserved, the Dueling Dinictis skeletons are accurately and scientifically reconstructed, enhancing their integrity. This display is prestigious, unmatched in its aesthetic appeal (ranking high as a collectable, with great investment potential).
A unique concept, the museum-quality mount created specifically for the Dueling Dinictis Display depicts two extinct predators in a fighting position. The pose is not purely conjecture, however—in fact, a skull of the same species was found with the bite marks of another saber-tooth. (Whether these saber-toothed carnivores battled for sexual or territorial dominance remains unknown.)