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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...

$6.00
Fox Claw
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A single fox claw in a gem jar Photos are representative of the specimen you will receive. Please allow for slight variations in claw size. Size range: .5"-.75" These specimens have been ethically sourced from naturally deceased animals in the...

$2.00
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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Terebra Shell Set
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A set of 2 shells: one whole and one sliced These shells were once home to a sea snail called Turritella terebra, native to the Indo-Pacific. The shell has a long tower-like shape which resembles a drill, hence its name...

$1.50
Bryozoa Fossil
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NAME: Ectoprocta (meaning ‘butt outside’)  LOCATION: MoroccoAGE: 385 million years (Devonian) Bryozoans are a group of minute aquatic animals just barely visible to the naked eye. Their fossils are among the most common in the world, especially in parts of...

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Large Crinoid Fossil
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 A fine selection of crinoids placed in a display box to show off your new addition to the fossil collection. 2-3 large crinoids in an acrylic display.

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Oyster Valve
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This fossil is an oyster shell, called a valve, from the Albian age which occurred in about the middle of the Cretaceous period. Oysters are a type of bivalve, a form of creatures that have inhabited Earth since the Mid-Cambrian,...

$6.00
Petrified Wood
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An ancient tree fossil for your mineral collection.  Please note, photos are representational of what you will receive. These specimens are naturally occurring, making each one unique. Please allow for variation. 

$12.00
Agatized Gastropod Fossil
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This fossil was the shell of a snail that lived around 54 million years ago. The family of gastropods make up one of the most diverse collections of species on Earth, second only to insects. It is estimated that there...

$8.00
Bullmouth Shell
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Cypraecassis rufa is a species of large sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusc in the family Cassidae. The Cassidae are a taxonomic family of medium-sized, large, and sometimes very large sea snails. Cypraecassis rufa is commonly known as the bullmouth shell...

$20.00
Brachiopod Fossil
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This ribbed shell is a fossil of the order Rhynchonellida. These brachiopods have existed since the Ordovician period 485 million years ago. Their population was severely diminished during the Permian–Triassic extinction event 252 million years ago, but Rhynchonellida became the...

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Heart Urchin Fossil
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Between 99–140 million years ago, this heart-shaped sea urchin lived in the region that is now the Atlas Mountains of North Africa.  You may be wondering how a sea urchin could be found in the mountains. Fossilized creatures can sometimes...

$6.00
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