Dimetrodon Permian Weirdo framed print
Dimetrodon is one of the most iconic of all prehistoric animals. It was a non-mammalian synapsid that lived in the Permian Period. Many of its fossils have been found in the southwestern USA, as well as Canada and Germany. Its sail was very likely used in courtship display.
Illustration by Greco Westermann
Features a scratch-resistant acrylic insert. Comes ready to hang. Wipe clean with a damp cloth.
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