Some of you cetophiles may have already seen photos of this specimen floating around on the internet. I thought the mount was pretty dynamic, and would work well as a skeletal reconstruction - so I did it. A photo of this specimen which has thus far only been identified as cf. Cynthiacetus is featured in a recent paper by Christian de Muizon.
Cynthiacetus is a dorudontine archaeocete that was originally described from the Eocene of Mississippi by Mark Uhen. He also referred a few vertebrae and a partial skeleton to this taxon from the Eocene of Egypt. This new skeleton (and I am not sure how complete it is) is from the Eocene of Peru, and is part of a large new collection of Peruvian archaeocete cetaceans we will be hearing about over the next few years.