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Brontornis (B. burmeisteri `Thunderbird´) giant flightless herbivorous bird from South America that was the largest species of its group with a height of around 2.80 meters and an estimated weight of 350-400 kg that lived in the Time of Lower/Middle Miocene of the Neogene.

A new phylogenetic study of the species Brontornis burmeisteri places it as a member of the Anseriformes group and not a terror bird, as had been proposed to date, so it would be closely related to the extinct Gastornis, a genus of birds from the Eocene.

Bust replica hyperrealistic and with a high degree of precision.

Approximate measurements of the replica:

Medium: 82 mm H
Large: 136mm H