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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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Fossilized Crow Shark Tooth
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A tooth fossil that once belonged to a prehistoric shark. Species: SqualicoraxEra: Cretaceous (100–70 million years ago)Location: Kansas This listing is for one tooth fossil. This image is a representation of what you can expect to receive. You may not receive these exact specimens, but similar. Most teeth are around ¾ – 1¼" wide and serrated.   More info: The crow shark lived... More info

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Geisenoceras Fossil
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Geisenoceras is an extinct cephalopod, similar to a squid with a long, pointed shell, that lived during the Devonian period around 400 million years ago. Species:  GeisenocerasEra: Devonian (400 million years ago)Location: Morocco   Specimens picture are representative of our currently inventory. You'll likely receive a different—but similar—specimen. We prioritize sending the biggest specimens first. All specimens are around 1—1.5"... 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

$14.00
Fossilized Insect in Amber - Random Selection
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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 from the same batch as the individual amber listings. However, we haven't had time to photograph these individually under the microscope and... More info

$13.95
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 few beaches in the world.  -Add this to your collection of curiosities from around the world. -Check them out under... More info

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Goniatite Fossil
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SIZE RANGE: 1" - 2"  Larger specimens will be prioritized first   MORE INFO: Goniatids, informally goniatites, are ammonoid cephalopods that form the order Goniatitida, derived from the more primitive Agoniatitida during the Middle Devonian some 390 million years ago (around Eifelian stage). Goniatites (goniatitids) survived the Late Devonian extinction to flourish during the Carboniferous and Permian only to become extinct... More info

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Sand Dollar Fossil
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WHAT IS IT You’ve probably seen sand dollars used as beach décor, but what you’re holding is a little more extraordinary. This Holeclypus fossil would have buried itself in the low-tide mud of the Jurassic period 145–200 million years ago, sharing the same waters as the plesiosaur and ichthyosaur. Notice the fivefold symmetrical “flower” shape on its skeleton—the “petals” being... More info

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Sea Urchin Fossil
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Fossilized sea urchin tests. All are about ¾ – 1" in diameter. Species: GoniopygusEra: Cretaceous (70 million years ago) The pictures are average representatives of our current inventory. You may not receive the ones pictured, but specimens like them. We attempt to prioritize the largest specimens to ship first.   More info: Sea urchins appear to have first evolved about 450 million years ago during... More info

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Fossilized Stingray Teeth
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Stingrays are a group of sea rays, which are cartilaginous fish related to sharks. Many species are endangered. Stingrays are common in coastal tropical and subtropical marine waters throughout the world.  The mouth of the stingray is located on the ventral side of the vertebrate. Stingrays exhibit hyostylic jaw suspension, which means that the mandibular arch is only suspended by an articulation with the hyomandibula.... More info

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Fish Fossil
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Details to come...More info

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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 for its size. This species belonged to a family called Sand sharks (Odontaspididae) which still exist today.    -Tooth comes... More info

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Crinoid Fossil
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One of our oldest fossils, crinoids have lived in oceans since at least the Ordovician Era (485 million years ago). These echinoderms flourished in the Paleozoic Era, covering the ocean floor with their feathery appendages that would open up like a flower to capture food particles like plankton. They survived the Permian Period, which ended with the largest mass extinction... 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

$65.00
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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Insect Fossil in Amber (#B021)
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Age: 38–48 million yearsEra: Lutetian stage, Middle EoceneLocation: LithuaniaAmber Size: 12 x 7 x 4 mm Special notes: This insect may be difficult to view tucked in the edge of the amber. But once you get a good angle to view it, the detail is terrific. We've photographed it from both sides here.   This listing is for the exact fossil imaged. Close-up... More info

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Insect Fossil in Amber (#B020)
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Age: 38–48 million yearsEra: Lutetian stage, Middle EoceneLocation: LithuaniaAmber Size: 11 x 7 x 2 mm Special notes: Immaculate detail with this specimen. A microscopists dream.   This listing is for the exact fossil imaged. Close-up images taken up to 60x magnification. Includes display container. This item ships free & carbon neutral.   Note: Due to high demand, the fossil market is flooded with fake amber,... More info

$22.00
Insect Fossil in Amber (#B019)
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Age: 38–48 million yearsEra: Lutetian stage, Middle EoceneLocation: LithuaniaAmber Size: 14 x 9 x 3 mm Special notes: This piece contains a morbid scene. At least 3 specimens, one of which has had its legs separated from the rest of its body. Great detail here.   This listing is for the exact fossil imaged. Close-up images taken up to 60x magnification. Includes display container. This... More info

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Insect Fossil in Amber (#B017)
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Age: 38–48 million yearsEra: Lutetian stage, Middle EoceneLocation: LithuaniaAmber Size: 14 x 7 x 3 mm Special notes: This insect is tiny, but what makes it interesting is it almost appears that it was disintegrating for some reason as it was preserved. There are clear voids in its body and pieces completely detached.   This listing is for the exact fossil imaged. Close-up images... More info

$14.00
Insect Fossil in Amber (#B016)
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Age: 38–48 million yearsEra: Lutetian stage, Middle EoceneLocation: LithuaniaAmber Size: 18 x 12 x 5 mm Special notes: One of our favorite specimens. Eerily beautiful.   This listing is for the exact fossil imaged. Close-up images taken up to 60x magnification. Includes display container. This item ships free & carbon neutral.   Note: Due to high demand, the fossil market is flooded with fake amber, often just... More info

$18.00
Spinosaurus Tooth (#SP016)
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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: 64mm (2.53")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 was... More info

$65.00
Fossil Collection Box
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A handpicked collection of 10 unique fossils up to 500 million years old—a $120+ value—including prehistoric teeth and complete sea creatures. Free US shipping on this item.More info

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Theropod Dinosaur Skull Cast (Actual Size)
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The is museum-quality replica of an Allosuarus skull. The original fossil was discovered in the Morrison Formation in Utah. The plaster replica was cast directly from the original and airbrushed to the same coloring as well. Since actual specimens are so rare and often being studied, this same cast can be found on display in museums around the world.  Makes... More info

$1,795.00
Stromatolite
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This is easily the oldest fossil we’ve ever featured. This small, dark rock is a stromatolite, a sedimentary rock consisting of layer upon layer of oxygen-producing microorganisms. These single-celled microbes were so simple they lacked a DNA packaging nucleus, but were responsible for possibly the most drastic changes the earth has undergone. By producing oxygen as a waste product, they... More info

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Insect Fossil in Amber (#B018)
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Age: 38–48 million yearsEra: Lutetian stage, Middle EoceneLocation: LithuaniaAmber Size: 10 x 6 x 2 mm Special notes: This insect shows clear signs of struggle to escape the amber. Bubbles, waves, and maybe even a damaged wing from fighting against the sap that was engulfing it. Now it is captured for a later species, us, to see it as it was in its... More info

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Insect Fossil in Amber (#B015)
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Age: 38–48 million yearsEra: Lutetian stage, Middle EoceneLocation: LithuaniaAmber Size: 11 x 7 x 4 mm Special notes: Good detail. Visible from both sides.   This listing is for the exact fossil imaged. Close-up images taken up to 60x magnification. Includes display container. This item ships free & carbon neutral.   Note: Due to high demand, the fossil market is flooded with fake amber, often just plastic... More info

$16.00
Insect Fossil in Amber (#B014)
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Age: 38–48 million yearsEra: Lutetian stage, Middle EoceneLocation: LithuaniaAmber Size: 12 x 6 x 3 mm Special notes: Terrific specimen. Those antennae hairs are to die for!   This listing is for the exact fossil imaged. Close-up images taken up to 60x magnification. Includes display container. This item ships free and carbon neutral.   Note: Due to high demand, the fossil market is flooded with fake... More info

$16.00
Insect Fossil in Amber (#B013)
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Age: 38–48 million yearsEra: Lutetian stage, Middle EoceneLocation: LithuaniaAmber Size: 31 x 10 x 9 mm Special notes: Long piece; insect is in the very tip. Nice wings.   This listing is for the exact fossil imaged. Close-up images taken up to 60x magnification. Includes display container. This item ships free and carbon neutral.   Note: Due to high demand, the fossil market is flooded... More info

$14.00
Insect Fossil in Amber (#B012)
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Age: 38–48 million yearsEra: Lutetian stage, Middle EoceneLocation: LithuaniaAmber Size: 16 x 10 x 7 mm Special notes: Dark amber. Cavity visible from wing flutter.   This listing is for the exact fossil imaged. Close-up images taken up to 60x magnification. Includes display container. This item ships free and carbon neutral.   Note: Due to high demand, the fossil market is flooded with fake amber,... More info

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Insect Fossil in Amber (#B011)
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Age: 38–48 million yearsEra: Lutetian stage, Middle EoceneLocation: LithuaniaAmber Size: 12 x 5 x 5 mm Special notes: Long insect with great detail. Organic debris; spores?   This listing is for the exact fossil imaged. Close-up images taken up to 60x magnification. Includes display container. This item ships free and carbon neutral.   Note: Due to high demand, the fossil market is flooded with fake amber,... More info

$18.00
Insect Fossil in Amber (#B010)
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Age: 38–48 million yearsEra: Lutetian stage, Middle EoceneLocation: LithuaniaAmber Size: 9 x 6 x 2 mm Special notes: Despite the hole drilled through this piece (amber is often used in jewelry), it holds 3 insects!   This listing is for the exact fossil imaged. Close-up images taken up to 60x magnification. Includes display container. This item ships free and carbon neutral.   Note: Due to high demand, the... More info

$18.00
Insect Fossil in Amber (#B009)
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Age: 38–48 million yearsEra: Lutetian stage, Middle EoceneLocation: LithuaniaAmber Size: 13 x 7 x 1 mm Special notes: Thin piece with great detail despite being somewhat cloudy.   This listing is for the exact fossil imaged. Close-up images taken up to 60x magnification. Includes display container. This item ships free and carbon neutral.   Note: Due to high demand, the fossil market is flooded with... More info

$15.00
Insect Fossil in Amber (#B008)
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Age: 38–48 million yearsEra: Lutetian stage, Middle EoceneLocation: LithuaniaAmber Size: 14 x 5 mm Special notes: Cloudy surrounding body, but both eyes exceptional.   This listing is for the exact fossil imaged. Close-up images taken up to 60x magnification. Includes display container. This item ships free and carbon neutral.   Note: Due to high demand, the fossil market is flooded with fake amber, often just plastic... More info

$16.00
Insect Fossil in Amber (#B007)
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Age: 38–48 million yearsEra: Lutetian stage, Middle EoceneLocation: LithuaniaAmber Size: 10 x 7 x 5 mm Special notes: One of the larger insects. Details visible with the naked eye.   This listing is for the exact fossil imaged. Close-up images taken up to 60x magnification. Includes display container. This item ships free and carbon neutral.   Note: Due to high demand, the fossil market is... More info

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Insect Fossil in Amber (#B006)
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Age: 38–48 million yearsEra: Lutetian stage, Middle EoceneLocation: LithuaniaAmber Size: 12 x 11 x 3 mm Special notes: At least 2 insects. Unidentified organic debris; spores?   This listing is for the exact fossil imaged. Close-up images taken up to 60x magnification. Includes display container. This item ships free and carbon neutral.   Note: Due to high demand, the fossil market is flooded with fake... More info

$24.00
Insect Fossil in Amber (#B005)
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Age: 38–48 million yearsEra: Lutetian stage, Middle EoceneLocation: LithuaniaAmber Size: 10 x 8 x 4 mm Special notes: Wings spread, antennae intact.   This listing is for the exact fossil imaged. Close-up images taken up to 60x magnification. Includes display container. This item ships free and carbon neutral.   Note: Due to high demand, the fossil market is flooded with fake amber, often just plastic... More info

$15.00
Insect Fossil in Amber (#B004)
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Age: 38–48 million yearsEra: Lutetian stage, Middle EoceneLocation: LithuaniaAmber Size: 8 x 7 mm, nearly spherical Special notes: Interesting leg hairs.   This listing is for the exact fossil imaged. Close-up images taken up to 60x magnification. Includes display container. This item ships free and carbon neutral.   Note: Due to high demand, the fossil market is flooded with fake amber, often just plastic with... More info

$15.00
Insect Fossil in Amber (#B003)
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Age: 38–48 million yearsEra: Lutetian stage, Middle EoceneLocation: LithuaniaAmber Size: 13 x 8 x 2 mm Special notes: Very nice view of the eye.   This listing is for the exact fossil imaged. Close-up images taken up to 60x magnification. Includes display container. This item ships free and carbon neutral.   Note: Due to high demand, the fossil market is flooded with fake amber,... More info

$18.00
Insect Fossil in Amber (#B002)
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Age: 38–48 million yearsEra: Lutetian stage, Middle EoceneLocation: LithuaniaAmber Size: 17 x 9 x 6 mm Special notes: Waves around wings show struggle to free itself.   This listing is for the exact fossil imaged. Close-up images taken up to 60x magnification. Includes display container. This item ships free and carbon neutral.   Note: Due to high demand, the fossil market is flooded with fake amber,... More info

$18.00
Spinosaurus Tooth (#SP018)
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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 was... More info

$65.00
Spinosaurus Tooth (#SP017)
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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: 55mm (2.18")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 was... More info

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Spinosaurus Tooth (#SP013)
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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: 62mm (2.45")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 was... More info

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Insect Fossil in Amber (#B001)
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Age: 38–48 million yearsEra: Lutetian stage, Middle EoceneLocation: LithuaniaInsect Genera: UnidentifiedAmber Size: 9.25 x 12.75 x 3 mm Special notes: Very hairy. This listing is for the exact fossil imaged. Close-up images taken up to 60x magnification. Includes display container. This item ships free and carbon neutral.   Note: Due to high demand, the fossil market is flooded with fake amber, often just plastic with embedded... More info

$18.00
Orthoceras Fossil
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Mosasaurus Jaw Fossil
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Aa section of a Mosasaurus jaw with 8 complete teeth, preserved in the matrix that it was discovered in. 100% authentic Age: ~66 million years Location: Morocco More info

$115.00
Stromatolite Slab
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Stromatolites are layered sedimentary rocks that were originally formed by the growth of layer upon layer of cyanobacteria, a single-celled photosynthesizing microbe. These oxygen producing cyanobacteria were so simple they lacked DNA packaging nucleus, but were responsible for possibly the largest changes the earth has undergone. They were the only major source of atmospheric oxygen critical for the development of more... More info

$680.00
Woolly Mammoth Tooth Fossil
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Species: Mammuthus primigeniusEra: PleistoceneLocation: AlaskaDimensions: 7.09 x 2.44 x 0.95 inches (18.00 x 6.20 x 2.41 cm)This Pleistocene paperweight is much more than just an ancient accessory. The grinding surface of a Woolly Mammoth tooth has been cut and polished to reveal the inner structure and colorful pattern leaving the natural surface intact with undulated bands of the herbivorous dentition in bold contrast.... More info

$440.00
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