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Trilobite Fossil
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Trilobites are a class of extinct arthropod marine creatures. This specimen is of the genus Flexicalymene which lived between 425-500 million years ago. Flexicalymene are used as an index fossil in the Ordovician Period. It can be difficult to grasp how long ago these creatures lived. For perspective, dinosaurs lived closer in time to us than these trilobites lived to dinosaurs.... More info

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Mosasaurus Tooth
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This is an authentic fossilized tooth from a mosasaurus—a giant, aquatic carnivorous lizard that lived until about 66 million years ago. Species:  MosasaurusEra: Mesozoic (66 million years ago)Location: Morocco   The item you receive may differ slightly from the one pictured. All teeth are around ¾" long.   More info: Mosasaurus was a type of large, carniverous, aquatic lizard. It was... More info

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Tyrannosaurus Rex Enamel Pin
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Finally, an enamel pin honoring your favorite dinosaur you never met. Species: Tyrannosaurus rex Temporal range: Late Cretaceous, 68–66 Ma Location: North America More Info: Tyrannosaurus is a genus of coelurosaurian theropod dinosaur. The species Tyrannosaurus rex (rex meaning "king" in Latin), often called T. rex or colloquially T-Rex, is one of the most well-represented of the large theropods. Tyrannosaurus lived throughout... More info

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Pteranodon Teal Sticker
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Pteranodon ruled the skies of present-day North America 85 million years ago. Use this sticker to show off your pterosaur pride. Measures about 4.5" tall x 3.5" wide.More info

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Triceratops Enamel Pin
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Finally, an enamel pin honoring your favorite dinosaur you never met. Species: Ceratops horridus Era: Late Cretaceous (68-66 Million years ago) Locale: North America   More info: Triceratops is a genus of herbivorous ceratopsid dinosaur. Bearing a large bony frill and three horns on its large four-legged body, and possessing similarities with the modern rhinoceros, Triceratops is one of the most recognizable... More info

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Brachiosaurus Enamel Pin
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Finally, an enamel pin honoring your favorite dinosaur you never met. Species: Brachiosaurus altithorax Era: Late Jurassic (154-153 Million years ago) Locale: North America   More info: Brachiosaurus is estimated to have been between 18 and 21 meters (59 and 69 ft) long; weight estimates range from 28.3 to 58 metric tons (31.2 and 64 short tons). It had a disproportionately long... More info

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Stegosaurus Enamel Pin
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Finally, an enamel pin honoring your favorite dinosaur you never met. Species: Stegosaurus stenops Temporal range: Late Jurassic, 155–150 Ma Location: Western US and Portugal Stegosaurus (/ˌstɛɡəˈsɔːrəs/), from Greek stegos (στέγος) which means roof and sauros (σαῦρος) which means lizard (Greek: Στεγόσαυρος), is a genus of herbivorous thyreophoran dinosaur. Fossils of this genus date to the Late Jurassic period, where they... More info

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Women's Science Socks
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Acrocanthosaurus Tee
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Oil isn't the only thing Oklahomans have pulled out of the ground. Show your state pride or get an OK souvenir that celebrates local scientific discoveries! The official state dinosaur of Oklahoma is a species called Acrocanthosaurus atokensis, a large carnivorous theropod. It is named after the location where it was originally discovered—Atoka County, OK. Also available in youth sizes.   More... More info

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Allosaurus Enamel Pin
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Finally, an enamel pin honoring your favorite dinosaur you never met. Species: Allosaurus fragilis Era: Late Jurassic (155-150 Million years ago) Locale: Morrison Formation, North America   More info: Allosaurus was a large bipedal predator. Its skull was large and equipped with dozens of sharp, serrated teeth. It averaged 8.5 m (28 ft) in length, though fragmentary remains suggest it could have reached over... More info

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Parasaurolophus Enamel Pin
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Finally, an enamel pin honoring your favorite dinosaur you never met. Species: Parasaurolophus walkeri Temporal range: Late Cretaceous, 76.5–73 Ma Location: North America and Asia More Info: Parasaurolophus (/ˌpærəsɔːˈrɒləfəs, -ˌsɔːrəˈloʊfəs/; meaning "near crested lizard" in reference to Saurolophus) is a genus of herbivorous ornithopod dinosaur that lived in what is now North America and possibly Asia during the Late Cretaceous Period, about... More info

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Mosasaurus Enamel Pin
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Finally, an enamel pin honoring your favorite dinosaur you never met. Species: Kentrosaurus aethiopicus Era: Late Cretaceous (70-66 Million years ago) Locale: Europe   More info: Mosasaurus is a genus of extinct carnivorous aquatic lizards. The legs and feet of Mosasaurus were modified into flippers, and the front flippers were larger than the hind flippers. The largest known species reached lengths up to 17 m (56 ft), slightly... More info

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Deinonychus Enamel Pin
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Finally, an enamel pin honoring your favorite dinosaur you never met. Species: Deinonychus antirrhopus Temporal Range: Early Cretaceous, 115–108 Ma Location: Montana, Utah, Wyoming, and Oklahoma, in rocks of the Cloverly Formation, Cedar Mountain Formation and Antlers Formation. More Info: Deinonychus (/daɪˈnɒnɪkəs/ dy-NON-i-kəs; from Greek: δεινός deinós, 'terrible' and ὄνυξ ónux, genitive ὄνυχος ónuchos 'claw') is a genus of carnivorous dromaeosaurid coelurosaurian theropod... More info

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Pteranodon Enamel Pin
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Finally, an enamel pin honoring your favorite dinosaur you never met. Species: Pteranodon longiceps Temporal Range: Late Cretaceous, 86–84.5 Ma Location: Kansas, Alabama, Nebraska, Wyoming, and South Dakota. Pteranodon (/tɪˈrænədɒn/; from Greek πτερόν ( pteron, "wing") and ἀνόδων (anodon, "toothless") is a genus of pterosaur that included some of the largest known flying reptiles, with wingspans over 7 meters (23 feet). They lived... More info

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Pteranodon Scenic Sticker
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Pteranodon ruled the skies of present-day North America 85 million years ago. Use this sticker to show off your pterosaur pride. Measures 2" x 6"More info

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Acrocanthosaurus Youth Tee
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The official state dinosaur of Oklahoma is a species called Acrocanthosaurus atokensis, a large carnivorous theropod. It is named after the location where it was originally discovered—Atoka County, OK. Also available in adult sizes.   More info: Species:  Acrocanthosaurus atokensisEra: Early Cretaceous (116–110 million years ago)Location: N. America, concentrated in Oklahoma Most Acrocanthosaurus specimens have been found throughout Oklahoma, Texas, and... More info

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Fish Fossil
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Details to come...More info

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Geologic Time Mug
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This mug is a colorful tutorial of fossils and key events from 26 eons, epochs, and eras. 4.56 billion years in the making. INSIDE THE MUG: Elrathia kingii – relief of a trilobite fossil! 14oz ceramic mug.  Dishwasher and microwave safe.  More info

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Styracosaurus Enamel Pin
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Finally, an enamel pin honoring your favorite dinosaur you never met. Species: Styracosaurus Albertensis Temporal Range: Late Cretaceous, 75.5–75 Ma Location: Asia and North America Styracosaurus (/stɪˌrækəˈsɔːrəs/ sti-RAK-ə-SOR-əs; meaning "spiked lizard" from the Ancient Greek styrax/στύραξ "spike at the butt-end of a spear-shaft" and sauros/σαῦρος "lizard") is a genus of herbivorous ceratopsian dinosaur from the Cretaceous Period (Campanianstage), about 75.5 to 75 million years... More info

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Dilophosaurus Enamel Pin
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Species: Dilophosaurus wetherilli Temporal Range: Early Jurassic, 193 Ma Location: North America Dilophosaurus (/daɪˌloʊfəˈsɔːrəs, -foʊ-/dy-LOHF-o-SOR-əs) is a genus of theropod dinosaur that lived in what is now North America during the Early Jurassic, about 193 million years ago. Three skeletons were discovered in northern Arizona in 1940, and the two best preserved were collected in 1942. The most complete specimen became the holotype of... More info

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Dinosaur Blocks
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T-Rex. Stegosaurus. Triceratops. Velociraptor. Brachiosaurus. Allosaurus. Spinosaurus. Dilophosaurus. Pterodactyl. Two debossed sides feature an ancient reptile's name, skull, and footprint. Two printed sides reveal an illustration and size. Two more sides show the time period and geographic area. This 9 block set features 8 dinosaurs; plus a bonus reptile, the pterodactyl. The reptile drawings are friendly and colorful. The footprints?... More info

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Dinosaur Planter
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These dinosaur planters make an adorable accent on your windowsill, by your bed, or on the coffee table. The playful, prehistoric designs are made from sturdy porcelain, and work best with air-plants or other house plants that don't need drainage.  *plants in product images not included* Plantasaurus Rex: 9.5" L x 11.5" W x 5" H Aplantasaurus: 8.5" L x 11.5" W x... More info

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Dilong Enamel Pin
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Finally, an enamel pin honoring your favorite dinosaur you never met. Species: Dilong paradoxus Era: Early Cretaceous (126 Million years ago) Locale: China   More info: Dilong is a genus of basal tyrannosauroid dinosaur. It was first described in 2004 and is thought to have been over 2 m (6.6 ft) long when fully grown. Dilong paradoxus had a covering of simple feathers or protofeathers. The... More info

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Fossil Blocks
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See and feel 16 earth tone fossils. Enjoy the slate blue era and geography accents. Two debossed sides show fossil illustrations. Four printed sides feature the fossil place, time period, era, and rock layer. What's the difference between a time period and an era? Where in the world is each fossil found? What layer of rock? Use these blocks to... More info

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Tyrannosaurus Sticker
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Velociraptor Enamel Pin
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Species: Velociraptor Mongoliensis Temporal range: Late Cretaceous, 75–71 Ma Location: Mongolia Velociraptor (/vɪˈlɒsɪræptər/; meaning "swift seizer" in Latin) is a genus of dromaeosaurid theropod dinosaur that lived approximately 75 to 71 million years ago during the latter part of the Cretaceous Period. Velociraptor (commonly shortened to "raptor") is one of the dinosaur genera most familiar to the general public due to its prominent... More info

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Plesiosaurus Enamel Pin
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Species: Plesiosaurus Dolichodeirus Temporal Range: Early Jurassic, 199.6–175.6 Ma Location: Lias Group of England Plesiosaurus (Greek: πλησιος/plesios, near to + σαυρος/sauros, lizard) is a genus of extinct, large marine sauropterygian reptile that lived during the early part of the Jurassic Period, and is known by nearly complete skeletons from the Lias of England. It is distinguishable by its small head, long and slender neck,... More info

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Carnotaurus Enamel Pin
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Finally, an enamel pin honoring your favorite dinosaur you never met. Species: Carnotaurus Sastrei Temporal Range: Late Cretaceous (Lower Maastrichtian), 72–69.9 Ma Location: Argentina Carnotaurus /ˌkɑːrnoʊˈtɔːrəs/ is a genus of large theropod dinosaur that lived in South America during the Late Cretaceous period, from about 72 to 69.9 million years ago. The only known species is Carnotaurus sastrei. Derived from the Latin words... More info

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Spinosaurus Tooth (#SP011)
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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 maroccanusLength: 58mm (2.28")Location: Kem Kem Beds, Morocco You will receive the exact fossil pictured. Includes 4" display frame.   More info: Spinosaurus was a dinosaur that lived during the Cretaceous period 112 to 93 million years ago. It... More info

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Anomalocaris Enamel Pin
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Finally, an enamel pin honoring your favorite dinosaur you never met. Species: Anomalocaris Temporal Range: Early to mid Cambrian: Chengjiang–Burgess shale Location:  Cosmopolitan distribution in Cambrian seas More Info: Anomalocaris ("abnormal shrimp") is an extinct genus of anomalocaridid, a family of animals thought to be closely related to ancestral arthropods. The first fossils of Anomalocaris were discovered in the Ogygopsis Shale by Joseph... More info

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Kentrosaurus Enamel Pin
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Finally, an enamel pin honoring your favorite dinosaur you never met. Species: Kentrosaurus aethiopicus Era: Late Jurassic (152 Million years ago) Locale: Tanzania   More info: Kentrosaurus is a genus of dinosaur closely related to the Stegosaurus found in North America. Kentrosaurus generally measured around 4.5 metres (15 ft) in length as an adult, and weighed about one tonne (1.1 tons). It walked on all fours... More info

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Ankylosaurus Enamel Pin
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Finally, an enamel pin honoring your favorite dinosaur you never met. Species: Ankylosaurus magniventris Era: Late Cretaceous (68-66 Million years ago) Locale: Western North America   More info: Ankylosaurus is a genus of armored dinosaur. Possibly the largest-known ankylosaurid, Ankylosaurus is estimated to have been between 6 and 8 metres (19.7 and 26.2 ft) long and to have weighed between 4.8 and 8 tonnes... More info

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Archaeopteryx Enamel Pin
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Species: Archaeopteryx Lithographica Temporal Range:  Late Jurassic, 150.8–148.5 Ma Location: Southern Germany Archaeopteryx (/ˌɑːrkiːˈɒptərɪks/), meaning "old wing" (sometimes referred to by its German name Urvogel ("original bird" or "first bird")), is a genus of bird-like dinosaurs that is transitional between non-avian feathered dinosaurs and modern birds. The name derives from the ancient Greek ἀρχαῖος (archaīos) meaning "ancient", and πτέρυξ (ptéryx), meaning "feather"... More info

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Pachycephalosaurus Enamel Pin
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Finally, an enamel pin honoring your favorite dinosaur you never met. Species:  P. Wyomingensis Temporal range: Late Cretaceous, 70–66 Ma Location: Montana, South Dakota, and Wyoming. Pachycephalosaurus (/ˌpætʃɪˌkɛfələˈsɑːrəs/; meaning "thick-headed lizard," from Greek pachys-/παχυς- "thick", kephale/κεφαλη "head" and sauros/σαυρος "lizard") is a genus of pachycephalosaurid dinosaurs. The type species, P. wyomingensis, is the only known species. It lived during the Late Cretaceous... More info

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Iguanodon Enamel Pin
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Species: Iguanodon bernissartensis Temporal Range:  Early Cretaceous, 126–113 Ma Location: Belgium, Spain, England Iguanodon (/ɪˈɡwɑːnədɒn/ i-GWAH-nə-don; meaning "iguana-tooth") is a genus of ornithopod dinosaur that existed roughly halfway between the first of the swift bipedal hypsilophodontids of the mid-Jurassic and the duck-billed dinosaurs of the late Cretaceous. While many species have been classified in the genus Iguanodon, dating from the late Jurassic... More info

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Baryonyx Enamel Pin
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Species: Baryonyx walkeri Temporal range: Early Cretaceous, 130–125 Ma Location: England and Iberia Baryonyx (/ˌbæriˈɒnɪks/) is a genus of theropod dinosaur which lived in the Barremian stage of the Early Cretaceous Period, about 130–125 million years ago. The first skeleton was discovered in 1983 in the Weald Clay Formation of Surrey, England, and became the holotype specimen of B. walkeri, named by... More info

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Herbivore Triceratops Sticker
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Species: Ceratops horridus Era: Late Cretaceous (68-66 Million years ago) Locale: North America   More info: Triceratops is a genus of herbivorous ceratopsid dinosaur. Bearing a large bony frill and three horns on its large four-legged body, and possessing similarities with the modern rhinoceros, Triceratops is one of the most recognizable of all dinosaurs and the best known ceratopsid. It shared the... More info

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Pteranodon Patch
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Pteranodon 3" iron-on patch. This species was featured in our atomicpost subscription. Be sure to check out our other pteranodon items here.   More info: Pteranodon is a genus of extinct, large, flying reptiles. They thrived worldwide for about 1.5 million years during the Late Cretaceous Era starting 86 million years ago. Pteranodon is not classified as a dinosaur, but rather with a... More info

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Amargasaurus Enamel Pin
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Finally, an enamel pin honoring your favorite dinosaur you never met. Species: Amargasaurus cazaui Temporal range: Early Cretaceous, 129.4–122.46 Ma Location: Argentina More Info: Amargasaurus (/əˌmɑːrɡəˈsɔːrəs/; "La Amarga lizard") is a genus of sauropod dinosaur from the Early Cretaceous epoch (129.4–122.46 mya) of what is now Argentina. The only known skeleton was discovered in 1984 and is virtually complete, including a fragmentary... More info

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Dunkleosteus Enamel Pin
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Species: Dinichthys terrelli Temporal Range: Frasnian-Famennian, 382–358 Ma Location:  North America, Poland, Belgium, and Morocco. Dunkleosteus is an extinct genus of arthrodire placoderm fish that existed during the Late Devonian period, about 358–382 million years ago. The name Dunkleosteus combines the Greek ὀστέον, osteon, meaning "bone", and Dunkle, in honor of David Dunkle of the Cleveland Museum of Natural History. It consists of... More info

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Fossilized Ammonite Half
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This spiral fossil is the cut and polished shell of an extinct sea animal called an ammonite that lived between 409 to 66 million years ago. Its soft body would have filled the biggest chamberof the shell, while the smaller chambers were used to control buoyancy. Species: AmmonoideaEra: Devonian–Cretaceous (409–66 million years ago) Pics are representative of our current inventory. You may... More info

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Ankylosaurus "Join The Club" Sticker
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Species: Ankylosaurus magniventrisEra: Late Cretaceous (68-66 Million years ago)Locale: Western North America More info:Ankylosaurus is a genus of armored dinosaur. Possibly the largest-known ankylosaurid, Ankylosaurus is estimated to have been between 6 and 8 metres (19.7 and 26.2 ft) long and to have weighed between 4.8 and 8 tonnes (5.3 and 8.8 short tons). It was quadrupedal, with a broad,... More info

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Oviraptor Enamel Pin
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Species: Oviraptor philoceratops Temporal range: Late Cretaceous, 89.8–70.6 Ma Location:  Djadokhta Formation of Mongolia, Bayan Mandahu Oviraptor is a genus of small Mongolian theropod dinosaurs, first discovered by technician George Olsen in an expedition led by Roy Chapman Andrews, and first described by Henry Fairfield Osborn, in 1924. Its name is Latin for 'egg taker' or "egg seizer", referring to the fact that... More info

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Quetzalcoatlus Enamel Pin
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Finally, an enamel pin honoring your favorite prehistoric beast you never met. Species: Quetzalcoatlus northropi Temporal Range: Late Cretaceous, Upper Maastrichtian   Measures: 1.25"x1.25" More Info: Quetzalcoatlus northropi is an extinct pterosaur known from the Late Cretaceous of North America (Maastrichtian stage) and one of the biggest known flying animals of all time. It is a member of the family Azhdarchidae, a family of advanced toothless... More info

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Dilong Sticker
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