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Re: Dunkleosteus sculptures

Kaiyodo produced a beautiful swimming dunkelosteus in resin, sculpted by
Chris Walas a couple years ago.  I don't know where one could obtain one
now, unfortunately, but it sure is a swell piece.  It's about a foot long. 
Maybe some japanese dinofolks could help...

> From: Glen J. Kuban <paleo@ix.netcom.com>
> To: dinosaur@usc.edu
> Subject: Dunkleosteus sculptures
> Date: Thursday, July 31, 1997 7:11 AM
> Larry recently wrote about a Dunkelosteus (large 
> arthrodire from the Devonian Cleveland shale) 
> sculpture, suggesting it is the first such sculpture 
> of this remarkable fish.  Actually, several life 
> models of Dunky have been made before, including a 
> full-scale, realistic life model built by Tim Riedel 
> and others about a year and a half ago the "Cleveland 
> Before Cleveland" exhibit at CMNH.  The model was 
> based on the many fine original specimens of D. 
> from the local area. 
> Glen J. Kuban
> paleo@ix.netcom.com
> Cleveland, OH