Mammalia

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Catalog # Name Description
1 00.27.0033 Moose Two pieces: Top portion of skull with antlers. Also lower jaw only. Color: GY,TN
2 00.27.0046 Opossum On all fours in a defensive posture; on finished wood base.
3 00.27.0049 Mole, star-nosed Standing. Color: BR
4 00.27.0060 Armadillo, 9-banded None
5 00.27.0075 Badger Standing. Color: YL-GY
6 00.27.0081 Weasel, long-tailed On wooden base; crouched; holding bird head in mouth.Summer pelage.
7 00.27.0086 Mink Two mink on winter habitat. Color: WH
8 00.27.0090 Skunk Two skunks on a small habitat Color: BK,WH
9 00.27.0092 Dog, prairie Five animals on habitat (dirt hill with hole). Color: BR
10 00.27.0094.0002 Squirrel, American red 5 Specimens on exhibit ?
11 00.27.0105 Squirrel, gray Hanging from tail; stretched out as if jumping from one limb to another. Color: BR
12 00.27.0106 Squirrel, 13-lined ground On all fours; plain wood base.
13 00.27.0111 Jackrabbit, cotton-tailed Crouching. Color: WH,BR
14 00.27.0121 Gopher, pocket On all fours; wood base.
15 00.27.0122 Muskrat Standing on all fours.
16 00.27.0126 Bear, American Standing. Color: BR
17 00.27.0132 Baboon, Guinea One baboon climbing up; other climbing down.
18 00.27.119 Porcupine Color: BR,WH
19 00.27.120 Porcupine Climbing up limb; limb attached to finish wood base. Canadian
20 00.27.128 Moose Standing. Color: BR
21 00.27.20 Antler 8 point mule deer anters mounted on a walnut back and bronze 2 part front plate. Usually called an english mount.
22 00.27.38 Kangaroo Kangaroo skin 00.27.38 (Kangaroo) image
23 00.27.93 Hare, prairie Leaping; landing on feet.
24 00.29.0022 Longhorn, Texas Carved artwork on horns. Color: BK
25 00.4.11.288.0003 Bone Mastodon.
26 00.4.11.288.0004 Bone Mastodon.
27 00.4.11.288.0005 Bone Mastodon.
28 00.4.11.288.0006 Bone Mastodon.
29 00.4.11.288.2 Bone Mastodon.
30 00.4.12.441.5 Tooth Saber tooth tiger fossil tooth
31 00.4.13.497.0004 Tusk Pieces of a mammoth's tusk
32 00.4.13.516.0001 Fossil Mammoth's molar fragment.
33 00.4.13.516.2 Fossil Mastodon tooth fragment.
34 00.5. Mastodon Vertebra.
35 00.5.0009 Mastodon Unknown mastodon bone fragments.
36 00.5.0032 Mastodon Femur.
37 00.5.0041 Mammoth Tooth.
38 00.5.0042 Mammoth Tooth of a baby mammoth.
39 00.5.0049 Mammoth Solid vertebra.
40 00.5.0051 Fossil Apparently pulp from a mammoth or mastodon tusk.
41 00.5.12 Bone Mastodon Scapula and fragments of the scapula of a mastodon found in Waterloo street in the excavating for a telephone pole.
42 00.5.29 Mastodon Tibia.
43 00.5.31 Mastodon Humerus. Parts of the bone were filled with plaster and the surface was finished in lead white by Dr. Cable in the early 20th century in a similar method to 00.5.35A
44 00.5.33 Mastodon End of a weathered tusk.
45 00.5.34 Mastodon Cross section of tusk.
46 00.5.35A Tusk Mastodon tusk 11 1/2' long x 18" circumference
47 00.5.35B Tusk Fragments of the Hampton Mastodon tusk
48 00.5.37 Mammoth Tooth.
49 00.5.38 Tooth Mammoth Molar
50 00.5.39 Mammoth Tooth.