Scientific name: Raphus cucullatus
Eats: fallen fruits, nuts, seeds, and bulbs
sculpture size: Head L21 W9.5 H10 (cm) foot L23 W6 H9 (cm)
sculpture scale: 1:1
Production material : High tensile modulus PU resin
Special notes : direct copies of orginal specimins and foot has more deatail than most other supplyers casts
The dodo (Raphus cucullatus) is an extinct flightless bird that was natiive to the island of Mauritius, east of Madagascar in the Indian Ocean. The dodo's closest genetic relative was the also-extinct Rodrigues solitaire, the two forming the subfamily Raphinae of the family of pigeons and doves
This is a reproduction taken from the oxford sample with both being very clear and crisp.
Dodo mummified head and foot
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