Two Diquís stone animals,
Period VI, ca. A.D. 1000-1500
with rounded heads downcast, the snarling mouths showing wide row of teeth, the smallest with legs joined together, with prominent nose and lunate eyes, the larger with tongue extended and short tail.
Lengths: 15 1/2 in and 18 1/4 in (39.4 cm and 46.4 cm)
Acquired in the 1960's