+ Limited-edition, exclusive to Underlyn
+ Museum quality, archival inks; 310 GSM 100% cotton rag fine art paper
+ Numbered certificate of authenticity included
+ Gorgeous handmade wood frame, if chosen
+ Acid-free mat (if you want one!)
+ Kraft paper backing and hanging hardware
12″ x 8.5″ | edition of 50
17″ x 12″ | edition of 500
24″ x 17″ | edition of 250
34″ x 24″ | edition of 150
Over 6 million years ago, the great, flightless Andalargonis roamed the Argentinian steppes. 5-feet tall and with strong legs built for speed, this bird hunted smaller prey and could travel great distances. But without question, it’s the Andalgalornis’ beak that is its most distinctive feature, being one of the biggest of any bird to ever exist. Like great curving blades of bone, they end in a sharp tip that would have been perfect for slicing flesh, a tool they’d have used to hunt down animals in the grasslands.
Note: As our prints and frames are custom made to order, according to your specifications, all our limited-edition art prints (framed or unframed) are final sale and non-returnable.