Paleolagus haydeni (Rabbit)

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    A TOP QUALITY Paleolagus haydeni, fossil rabbit, mortality piece from the White River Badlands, Brule Formation, South Dakota. The mortality rock contains three skulls and parts of a few bodies. Most likely these rabbits died in their burrow. Excellent color and preservation. Exceptional preparation to expose the multiple speciments. A scarce mortality rock with White River rabbit skulls and an incredible display piece. Authenticity guaranteed.

    WR002         SIZE: 5" x 4" x 3-7/8"

    Paleolagus haydeni, fossil rabbit, lived in the Middle Oligocene White River deposits of Nebraska and South Dakota, as well as the Late Eocene and Early Oligocene deposits of Wyoming. Paleolagus haydeni has not been compared to the extant rabbit due to insufficient remains.