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Burkina Faso CHILDREN SMILODON SABER TOOTHED TIGER series Prehistoric Animals Silver coin 5000 Francs CFA Real Eyes High Relief 2013 Antique Finish 10 oz

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Product Code: BD-S-SMI-13-01
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Name of series
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Metal Silver
Mintage 150
Fineness (% purity) 99.9%
Content (Troy OZ) 10
Denomination (CFA) 5000 Francs
Weight (g) 311.035
Diameter (mm) 75.50 mm (giant hand size)
Year of Issue 2013
Country Burkina Faso
Quality Antique finish
Exterior Decoration High Relief with Real Eye effect
Package Wooden box
Certificate of Authenticity Certificate with a serial number


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✔ The SMILODON Saber Toothed Tiger - is the issue of the popular collectible coins of Prehistoric Animals Series
✔ Authenticity stamp on the coin
✔ Unique design with High Relief & Antique finish
✔ Its uniqueness is guaranteed by the limited mintage of 150 coins
✔Certificate with a serial number 
✔ Offered luxury wooden box coin box with transparent display frame

Smilodon /ˈsmaɪlədɒn/ is an extinct genus of machairodont felid. It is perhaps the best known saber-toothed cat and lived in North and South America during the Pleistocene epoch (2.5 mya–10,000 years ago). One of the largest collections of its fossils has been obtained from the La Brea Tar Pits. Three species of the genus are known; they vary in size and build.
Overall, Smilodon was more robustly built than any modern cat, with particularly well-developed forelimbs and exceptionally long upper canines. Its jaw had a bigger gape than modern cats and its upper canines were slender and fragile, being adapted for precision killing. These attributes made Smilodon a specialized hunter of large herbivores, such as bison and camels.
Smilodon likely lived in closed habitats, such as forests and bush, which would have provided cover for ambushing prey. Its reliance on large animals may have been the cause of its extinction. Scientists debate over whether Smilodon was a social animal. Comparison of predator responses to distress calls and the prevalence of healed injuries suggest that it was social, while its small brain size and vegetated habitat suggest it was more solitary. Some fossils show signs of ankylosing spondylitis, trauma and arthritis. Smilodon went extinct 10,000 years ago.
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