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Paleontologists and anthropologists, look at this! This keyring accurately depicts the skull of Paranthropus (or Austrolapithecus) boisei, which was discovered at Olduvai gorge by famed paleoanthropologist Mary Leakey in 1959. This species is nicknamed "nutcracker man" due to its large, powerful mandible. This Paranthropus boisei skull is accurately reproduced from nature and is painstakingly hand carved and cast in genuine pewter.
Also works well as a zipper pull. Perfect the paleontologist in your life!
Dimensions of the Paranthropus Keychain:
2.8 cm long
2.2 cm wide
Brass or Pewter: Choose your Finish.
This is no cheap mass-produced item, but an unusual and beautiful piece of hardware sure to last.