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Japanese Star Sand
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Star sand is a biogenic "sand" made of the star-shaped exoskeletons of tiny, single-celled sea creatures belonging to the Foraminifera group. This sample is from Ishigaki Island in Okinawa, Japan. This type of sand can only be found on a...

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Fossilized Insect in Amber
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An insect trapped in amber around 40 million years ago. This listing is for a random piece of amber containing at least one insect fossil. Amber pieces range from a few millimeters to a centimeter. Why a random selection? These specimens are...

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Sand Shark Tooth Fossil
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This tooth is a fossil of an extinct shark species, Striatolamia macrota, from the Eocene era approximately 54 million years ago. This shark could grow to a length of about 3.5 meters (11.5 ft) and its teeth were notably big...

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Spiral Gastropod
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This fossil is a 54 million year old gastropod, also known as a snail or slug. The family of Gastropods make up one of the most diverse collections of species, second only to insects. It is estimated that there are...

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Fossilized Stingray Teeth
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These fossils are fragments of teeth plates of prehistoric stingrays. Stingrays have many rows of these jagged crushing plates on the upper and lower jaw. Rows of these plates can cover the entire interior of their mouth. They feed by...

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Clam Fossil
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This mollusk, found in Morocco, originated in the oceans of the Eocene era, which spanned 56–33.9 million years ago. This era is named after the Greek words “new” and “dawn” due to the abundance of modern fauna that developed during...

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Frilled Echinoid (Heliophora)
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Heliophora orbiculus, also known as West African Sand Dollars, are flat echinoids, (sea urchins) with very distinct finger like frills.  Their frills are ideal for burrowing and maintaining their position in the unstable sediment surfaces in which they live.  They...

$8.00
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