Gastornis sp. - Giant Flightless Bird

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Well preserved egg shell pieces from Gastornis, an extinct Giant Flightless Bird, from southern France. This giant bird stood over 6 feet tall with a giant skull and beak. A very unique shell design. These egg shell pieces are typical size with a shell thickness of 1/8"+. They are early Eocene age shells and were found in Aix Basin, Provence, France. All natural. No restoration. Authenticity guaranteed.

FR543       Size: 5/8"

Note - Adding 12 Gastornis egg shells.  ->  Link to Gastornis egg shells

Incredible egg shell pieces from a giant Eocene flightless bird from southern France. Authenticity guaranteed.

Name: Gastornis sp. 

Type: Extinct Giant Flightless Bird

Egg shell type: Ornitholithus 

Age: Early Eocene (50 MMYA)

Location: Aix Basin, Provence, France