Last recorded in 1768, this now-extinct species was once found in the northern Pacific and Arctic oceans. A relative of the dugong and manatee, the Steller's sea cow was much larger than any extant sirenian, reaching a length of nearly 8 meters (25 feet). This specimen was cast from an original, courtesy of the University of California, Berkley.
- Skull Length: 62.23cm (24.5in)
- Skull Width: 23cm (13in)
- Skull Height: 32.1cm (23.6in
This specimen can only be sold to bonafide institutions.
Origin: North Pacific