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Giant Sequoia Seeds
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Grow a Giant Sequoia—the most massive tree in the world! Each vial contains around half a dozen seeds, each crammed with all the genetic information to grow one of the largest organisms on Earth. Be sure to study the proper growing/care...

$2.00
Redwood Seeds
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These tiny seeds can grow taller than any other type of tree on the planet. Coast Redwoods (Sequoia sempervirens) are a species of evergreen trees in the genus Sequoia. They are the tallest living species of tree and they can...

$2.00
Bristlecone Pine Seeds
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The seeds are packed with all the genetic material needed to develop into the oldest type of organism on the planet, a bristlecone pine tree. Bristlecone pines are a group of 3 species of pine trees that can live for...

$2.00
Sensitive Plant Seeds (Mimosa Pudica)
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These are the seeds of the sensitive plant, also known as the shy plant, zombie plant, touch-me-not, and our favorite, the shame plant. Those nicknames are due to the plant’s ability to fold its leaves inward in response to mechanical...

$2.00
Resurrection Plant
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This ball of vegetation is Selaginella lepidophylla, commonly called by many names, including the flower of stone, Lazarus plant, and dinosaur plant. It is not dead. It is a type of resurrection plant, which means it can survive long periods...

$5.50
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
Preserved Dandelion
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A dandelion "clock" preserved in resin. Diameter: 2.5"Comes in a box.

$28.00
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
Nuclear Fallout Honey
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Since the first atomic bomb detonation, the Trinity Test of 1945, hundreds of nuclear weapons have been detonated in above ground tests. The fallout from these explosions contain a radioactive isotope of the element cesium, called radiocesium or 137Cs. Wind and...

$9.00
Ivory Warthog Tusk
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Warthogs are pigs native to the southeast region of the African continent. They are easily recognizable due to the 4 curved tusks that grow from their snout. These tusks are made of ivory. Ivory is made of dentine, the same...

$22.00
Neptune Ball
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This fibrous ball was part of one of the largest and oldest organisms on Earth- a clonal colony measuring 5 miles wide and around 100,000 years old.  Posidonia oceanica, also called Neptune grass, is a seagrass species that is native...

$5.00
Saharan Sand
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Saharan sand in a 1 oz jar.    This sand was collected from the sand dunes of the largest hot desert in the world—the Sahara. The Sahara covers most of the northern half of the African continent along the Tropic...

$20.00
Hardy Rubber Tree Seeds
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3 seeds in a vial  These seeds belong to the tree Eucommia ulmoides, a rubber-producing tree native to Asia. It is sometimes called the hardy rubber tree because it is the only rubber- producing tree that is cold-tolerant. The rubber...

$5.00
Ultra-Hydrophobic Lotus Leaf
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This leaf is from Nelumbo nucifera, also known as lotus. Lotus grow in slow- moving ponds or rivers, rooted in the bottom while the leaves float on the surface. This plant has developed several unique adaptations to help it survive...

$3.00
Frilled Echinoid (Heliophora)
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One frilled echinoid specimen displayed in an acrylic case.  A perfect addition for your natural specimen collection.   Please note: this listing is for one specimen, ranging in size from .75"-1.5". Larger specimens will be prioritized first.   

$7.00
1 kg Bag of Whole Terebra Shells
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This listing is for one bag of whole terebra shells, weighing approximately 1 kilogram.  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...

$30.00

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