Pathological Specimen, Juvenile Wild Pig Skull, Bone Valley

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This is a partial boar skull that was recovered from Pleistocene deposits in the Peace River of Florida (Bone Valley, Hawthorn Group, less than 13,000 years old). This specimen is from a juvenile member of the wild pig family (exact species unknown).This skull is partially fossilized and has two symmetrical halves that fit together. There are also three smaller bone processes that were present inside the skull. The jaw and teeth are not present. This specimen has the brain case, eye sockets, and other details. The inside of the brain case has impressions in the bone left behind by the brain - quite interesting from a visual standpoint. It measures approx. 10 inches long.

This specimen would be ideal for conservation and display.

Refer to the photos. The black centimeter cube is shown for scale and is not included. You are purchasing the skull shown and all of the associated bone processes shown.