Brontothere Teeth




From the cabinet, real fossil teeth of a brontothere from the South Dakota Badlands.


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Painting of a brontothere by Matthew Kalmenoff for a stamp in Animals of the Past Stamps (A Golden Playbook, Simon and Schuster, 1954.









Souvenir postcard showing a skeleton of Brontops robustus, a titanothere from the South Dakota Badlands, mounted at the Museum of Geology, South Dakota School of Mines and Technology.


Field Museum postcards (below) showing a “family” of life-sized “Brontops” (now called Megacerops) figures sculpted by museum artist Frederick Biaschke…and a black and white reproduction of a mural, showing the brontothere Brontotherium, painted by Charles R. Knight for the museum during the late 1920s (one of a set of such postcrds issued by the museum showing all of these murals).