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Fulgurite
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Fulgurites are natural tubes or crusts of glass formed by the fusion of silica (quartz) sand or rock from a lightning strike. By definition, it can be considered petrified or fossilized lightning.   All lightning strikes that hit the ground are...

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Urchin Spine Fossils
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These vials contain sea urchin spines from the Jurassic Period. This makes them between 145 and 201 million years old. Sea urchins, which comprise the taxonomic class Echinoidea, are some of the oldest organisms on Earth. They first evolved 450...

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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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Horn Coral Fossil
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Horn corals are from the extinct order of corals called Rugosa after the word "rugose" which means "wrinkled" because of their wrinkled appearance.  These coral grew in a long cone shape like a bull’s horn from the seafloor. This fossil...

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Spinosaurus Tooth (#S03)
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This fossilized tooth is from a Spinosaurus—a large, carnivorous dinosaur that lived until about 95 million years ago.    Age: ~95,000,000 yearsEra: Late CretaceousSpecies: Spinosaurus maroccanusLocation: Kem Kem Beds, Morocco You will receive the exact fossil pictured. Does not include display...

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Bag of 100 Halved Terebra Shells
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This listing is for a bag of 100 halved terebra shells.   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...

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Insect Fossil in Amber (#A01)
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This listing is for the exact fossil shown.  Age: 38–48 million years Era: Lutetian stage, Middle EoceneLocation: Lithuania Includes display container. This item ships free and carbon neutral. A 30x loupe was used to magnify the insect, which can be found here.    Note:...

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Spinosaurus Tooth (#S01)
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This fossilized tooth is from a Spinosaurus—a large, carnivorous dinosaur that lived until about 95 million years ago.    Age: ~95,000,000 yearsEra: Late CretaceousSpecies: Spinosaurus maroccanusLocation: Kem Kem Beds, Morocco You will receive the exact fossil pictured.    More info: Spinosaurus...

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Insect Fossil in Amber (#A07)
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This listing is for the exact fossil shown.   Age: 38–48 million years Era: Lutetian stage, Middle EoceneLocation: Lithuania Includes display container. This item ships free and carbon neutral. A 30x loupe was used to magnify the insect, which can be found here.    Note:...

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Insect Fossil in Amber (#A06)
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This listing is for the exact fossil shown.   Age: 38–48 million years Era: Lutetian stage, Middle EoceneLocation: Lithuania Includes display container. This item ships free and carbon neutral. A 30x loupe was used to magnify the insect, which can be found here.    Note:...

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Insect Fossil in Amber (#A05)
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This listing is for the exact fossil shown.  Age: 38–48 million years Era: Lutetian stage, Middle EoceneLocation: Lithuania Includes display container. This item ships free and carbon neutral. A 30x loupe was used to magnify the insect, which can be found here.    Note:...

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Insect Fossil in Amber (#A04)
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This listing is for the exact fossil shown.  Age: 38–48 million years Era: Lutetian stage, Middle EoceneLocation: Lithuania Includes display container. This item ships free and carbon neutral. A 30x loupe was used to magnify the insect, which can be found here.    Note:...

$30.00
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