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Asian Water Monitor Skull

The Asian Water Monitor (Varanus salvator) is a large varanid lizard native to South and Southeast Asia. It is one of the most common monitor lizards in Asia.

Caiman Lizard Skull Replica

The genus Dracaena, also called Caiman Lizards or water tegus, is in the teiid family, along with tegus and ameivas. Caiman Lizards are found in South America in Ecuador, Colombia, Paraguay, Peru and Brazil.

Dwarf Woolly Mammoth Skull

Dwarf elephants are prehistoric members of the order Proboscidea which, through the process of allopatric speciation on islands, evolved much smaller body sizes (around 3 ft. 3 in. to 7 ft. 7 in.) in comparison with their immediate ancestors.

Gaboon Viper Skull Replica

The Gaboon Viper Snake (Bitis gabonica), also called the Gaboon adder, is a viper species found in the rainforests and savannas of sub-Saharan Africa. It is the largest member of the genus Bitis, and has the longest fangs of any venomous snake.

Komodo Dragon Female Skull

Komodo Dragon skin is reinforced by armored scales, that contain osteoderms that function as a natural chain-mail. The only areas lacking osteoderms on the head are around the eyes, nostrils, mouth,  pineal eye, & a light-sensing organ on the top of the head.

Reticulated Python Skull Replica

The Reticulated Python (Malayopython reticulatus) is a python species native to South and Southeast Asia. It is the world’s longest and heaviest snake. It is listed as least concern on the IUCN Red List because of its wide distribution.

Western Diamondback Rattlesnake Skull

The Western Diamondback Rattlesnake has long, tubular fangs, which are characteristic of venomous snakes. Its tail is circled by several alternating black and white bands. The snake has a “rattle” on the end of the tail that it uses as a warning sign.