Extinct by: early 1960s.
Scientific name: Pezophapssolitaria
Eats: seeds and leaves
sculpture size: L16 W6.5 7 H7
sculpture scale: 1:1
Production material : PU based high modulus resin
Special notes : both female and male specimens are represented with detached lower jaw
Rodrigues Solitaire (Pezophapssolitaria) is an extinct (eighteenth century) flightless bird endemic to Rodrigues Island (Mascarene Islands) and a sister taxon of iconic extinct Mauritian Dodo (Raphuscucullatus) (Columbiformes, Raphinae). Although numerous sub-fossilised bones have been recovered, no soft-tissue samples or taxidermically prepared specimens of Pezophaps solitaria are known to exist.
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