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Catalog # Name Description
1 00.26.122 Owl Snowy Owl  00.26.122 (Owl ) image
2 00.26.167A Pigeon Female Passenger Pigeon 00.26.167A (Pigeon) image
3 00.26.167B Pigeon Male Passenger Pigeon 00.26.167B (Pigeon) image
4 00.27.120 Porcupine Climbing up limb; limb attached to finish wood base. Canadian
5 00.27.23 Elk Antlers, labeled a. b. and c. a. The right antler. Has 6 points and measures 35 1/2" long, from base of antler to tip of highest point. Below the antler base is some skull bone. The bone is 2 1/2" long x 3 1/2" wide. At the top of the bone are 4 metal spikes drilled into the bone. The antlers are of a dark brown color. B. Left antler. Has 6 points and measures 37" long. The third point from the bottom appears to have been broken at one time. There is a split in the point and a visible nail where the two pieces were reattached. Below the base of the antler is some skull bone. The bone measures 2 7/8" long x 3 1/2" wide. There is some yellowing on the bone. The ridge of the bone has four metal spikes drilled into it. The antler is of a dark brown color. C. wooden mounting board. Cut into a shield shape with smooth edtes that are finished. The wood is stained on the front so it is darker than the back. At the very top of the piece of wood is a circle 7/8' in diameter. Below that are two small holes that could have come from nails. Under those holes is a rusty bolt that is attached to the wooden piece. The bolt is 3/8' wide. In the center of the wood is a metal piece that holds the antlers in place. The metal is cut to look like a shield and has decoration around its edges. The center of the metal has a picture of a forest scene and either a deer or elk standing in the center. The metal piece is attached by 5 screws, two on each side and one in the center of the bottom. The metal measures 13" long x 14 1/2" wide. The wooden board measures 20 1/2" long x 16" wide.
6 00.27.5 Claw Grizzley Bear Claw 00.27.5 (Claw) image
7 00.27.93 Hare Prairie hare - Leaping; landing on feet. 00.27.93 (Hare) image
8 Tooth Contains 2 specimens and 2 labels. Ancient horse, possibly elk's tooth and teeth of recent horse.
9 Tooth Oreodont teeth.
10 Skull Oreodont skull.
11 Skull None
12 Bone Oreodont knee joint.
13 Tooth Bones and teeth of early camel.
14 Skull Partial skull of camel.
15 Skull Partial skull of camel.
16 Tooth Mammalian.
17 Bone Mastodon.
18 Bone Mastodon.
19 Bone Mastodon.
20 Bone Mastodon.
21 Bone Mastodon.
22 Tooth Original substance of tooth of early horse.
23 Tooth Hyracodon. (Animal related to rhinoceros.) Replacement mineral Ferruginous Si O3.
24 Tooth Carbonization.
25 Tooth Saber tooth tiger fossil tooth
26 Tooth None
27 Tooth None
28 Tooth Color: BR
29 Bone Original catalog states "8 undetermined specimens" Large bone fragments from large vertebrates, see curator comments.
30 Tooth Shark's teeth.
31 Tooth Shark's teeth.
32 Tooth Shark's teeth.
33 Tooth Shark's teeth.
34 Tooth Shark's tooth.
35 Tusk Pieces of a mammoth's tusk
36 Tooth Fragments.
37 Fossil Mammoth's molar fragment.
38 Fossil Mastodon tooth fragment.
39 Tooth Mammalian molar.
40 Tooth Molar teeth.
41 Tooth Teeth.
42 Tooth None
43 Tooth Fragment of a fossil bone.
44 Tooth Portion of a mammalian jaw.
45 Tooth Modern shark teeth.
46 Tooth, horse Merychippus tooth.
47 Tooth, horse Plio-Hippus tooth.
48 Tooth, horse Neo Hipparcan.
49 Tooth Nan-Hippus tooth.
50 Tooth Teeth from upper and lower jaw of Phenacous Primeavis.