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Rare Ice Age Opossum Fossils

Age: 25,000 -  18,000 Years Old

Pleistocene Epoch

Species: Didelphis Virginianus

Specmine: Misc Fossil Bones

Discovered: Orange County, Florida 


- Multiple displays available. Fossil will vary in each display. 


- Didelphis Virginianus

The Virginia opossum (Didelphis virginiana), also known as the North American opossum, is the only opossum living north of Mexico, its range extending south into Central America. It is the northernmost marsupial in the world. In the United States and Canada, it is typically called a possum, 'possum or opossum. It is a solitary nocturnal animal about the size of a domestic cat, and a successful opportunist.


Opossums are familiar to many North Americans as they frequently inhabit settled areas near food sources like trash cans, pet food, compost piles, gardens or housemice. Their slow and nocturnal nature, and their attraction to roadside carrion, makes many roadkill.

Rare Ice Age Opossum Fossils

SKU: Rare Opossum Ice Age Fossils
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