Extinct Elephant Bird Egg, re-constructed - all fragments of the same egg - Aepyornis Maximus - 310×250×250 mm

Description
Extinct Elephant Bird Egg, re-constructed - all fragments of the same egg - Aepyornis Maximus - 310×250×250 mm
QUATERNARY-Pleistocene (0.01–2.58 million years) - Madagascar

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A spectacular egg of Elephant Bird, scientific name Aepyornis Maximum.
All the pieces that compose it are part of the same egg, there are no parts added from other eggs.
Aepyornis is an extinct giant bird lived in Madagascar until the 1700s. It could reach 3 m in height and weigh more than 500 kg. The eggs were approx. 30 cm high with a circumference of 70 cm at least.

Dimensions: 310x250x250 mm
Weight: 1960 g
Dating: 1700
Origin: Madagascar

Lot details
Object
Extinct Elephant Bird Egg, re-constructed - all fragments of the same egg
Scientific name
Aepyornis Maximus
Origin
Madagascar
Geological Period
QUATERNARY-Pleistocene (0.01–2.58 million years)
Condition
Good condition
Dimensions
310×250×250 mm
Weight
1960 g
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