Our Cervalces scotti (stag-moose) skeleton is the world’s best preserved and second-most complete. Its magnificent skull is almost entirely complete, preserved with major portions of the antlers intact—allowing for their complex asymmetry and extravagant arrangement to be appreciated. This rare fossil has been accurately mounted in an attacking pose, making it a distinct museum centerpiece.
Full documentation for this specimen is included as part of the offering. Documentation includes photos, field diary, site maps, correspondence with other museums, newspaper clippings, letters, carbon-14 date reports, analysis of microfossils, soil, and invertebrate samples from the site, and more.
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