Posted by: Loren Coleman on September 16th, 2009
Another future museum replica to ponder? More breaking news?
So, the new rumored Safari Ltd’s 2010 Carnegie Ichthyosaurus is said to have a “closed jaw” and reportedly an “ammonite’s tentacles are in the mouth [of the Ichthyosaurus] not the [ammonite's] shell. The shell is hanging off to the side of the [Ichthyosaurus'] jaws.”
I wonder if the new Carnegie replica is based on the artwork of Ichthyosaurus grendelius by John Sibbick.
Here is the sample painting he shows to sell this artwork.
Makes you wonder. Could the 2010 WS prehistoric marine life toob’s small Ichthyosaurus ~ which has its mouth open ~ be used in a diorama to represent a young Ichthyosaurus, as shown in the Sibbick painting above?
The 2010 Wild Safari Prehistoric Sea Life toob.
Sea Monsters were and are real. Heaven help the ammonites.
The oceans remain a dangerous place.
Wild Safari’s 2010 hotly anticipated coelacanth replica!
Lionfish, tiger sharks, Ichthyosaurus, giant squids, and coelacanths? Coming soon to a neighborhood museum shop near you.
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