Dicynodon Skull

1 in stock

Pound sterling (£) - GBP
  • Pound sterling (£) - GBP
  • United States dollar ($) - USD
  • Euro (€) - EUR



One of the most perfect specimens ever found, housed at the Old Library Museum, Graaff-Reinet.

Showing a single pair of tusks and tooth-less, sharp-edged margins to jaws which carried a tortoise like beak in life.

This specimen is contrasted with Oudenodon and Diictodon in Clewer’s 1977 paper (part of the Lex Bremner Fossil Collection) Upper Permian.

Mountain tortoise skull, horny beak still in place.

Additional information

Dimensions71.1 × 45.7 cm

Rob Davies

Rob studied art at school to A level and has kept the interest in painting going alongside a career in biology and conservation.  Although he prefers to sketch and paint from life in the field, Rob has been commissioned to do exact bird illustrations for various publications including journals, a monograph on the Black Eagle and a field guide to African birds of prey.

More Products from Rob Davies


There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “Dicynodon Skull”

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

The reCAPTCHA verification period has expired. Please reload the page.

Questions and Answers

You are not logged in

Scroll to top