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liborg   26-01-2008 om 09:05

liborg
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Hi all,

I have decided. This unique item I sell !!!
Question about price of my post.

 
binbinneke   26-01-2008 om 09:29

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Well how about that?!
When I woke up this morning I couldn't believe my eyes ... I got one too!
gr. robin

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Supergraver   26-01-2008 om 20:36

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Woow!

Hey Robin are you willing to trade yours. I think that's the extreemly rare specie 'dieventishelemaaldewegkwijt'.
Give me an email so we can sort things out

Greetings,

Martijn

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binbinneke   27-01-2008 om 08:00

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Well I am still considering to keep it anyway, because it's só rare.
But who knows, you'll might find one too (...if you stap into your backyard)
greetz, robin

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ziepe   27-01-2008 om 18:12

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Due to the uniqueness of the specimen i think you should donite it to a museum. I think, no, i know they will be very happy with it.

Z.

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Jim   30-01-2008 om 13:13

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yes it is for sure a very nice 'dieventishelemaaldewegkwijt'.
i think i have one tooo! wooow great!
jim

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Peter F.   25-02-2008 om 12:32

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Hello,

Here are some pictures of a fossilized bird skull from my personal collection. It is from Chile and Upper Miocene/Lower Pliocene in age. The skull belonged to an extinct penguin species (Spheniscus urbinai), related to the Humboldt penguins (Spheniscus humboldti) that can be seen in several zoos in Europe.

Hope these pictures will help you realize your object is not a fossilized bird skull. Sorry....

Cheers,
Peter

 




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