|Face Value||500 Togrog|
|Technique||smartminting® (High Relief)|
The inspiring 9th edition of the unparalleled «Evolution of Life» series delights with this outstanding addition of a truly remarkable specimen from a bygone era. The Nimravidae, a prehistoric feline family including the depicted genus Hoplophoneus, flourished during the Palaeogene. Also known as false sabre-toothed cats, these mammals were fearsome predators. Muscular bodies, razor-sharp claws, and elongated canines led to an impressive arsenal of tools for hunting their prey. These terrors likely roamed the ancient woodlands and grasslands of North and South America, Europe, Asia and Africa.