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Knightia Fossil Fish from Wyoming (61.2 grams)
$ 29.00
A 50-million year old fossil Herring from the Green River Formation of Wyoming. The species is Knightia eocaena, and it was collected near Kemmerer, Wyoming. Knightia is an extinct genus of schooling, ray-finned, spindle-shaped, bony fish that shares a family with herrings and sardines. They lived in the freshwater (lacustrine)...
Knightia Fossil Fish from Wyoming (69.1 grams)
$ 29.00
A 50-million year old fossil Herring from the Green River Formation of Wyoming. The species is Knightia eocaena, and it was collected near Kemmerer, Wyoming. Knightia is an extinct genus of schooling, ray-finned, spindle-shaped, bony fish that shares a family with herrings and sardines. They lived in the freshwater (lacustrine)...
Knightia Fossil Fish from Wyoming (61.7 grams)
$ 29.00
A 50-million year old fossil Herring from the Green River Formation of Wyoming. The species is Knightia eocaena, and it was collected near Kemmerer, Wyoming. Knightia is an extinct genus of schooling, ray-finned, spindle-shaped, bony fish that shares a family with herrings and sardines. They lived in the freshwater (lacustrine)...
Knightia Fossil Fish from Wyoming (62 grams)
$ 29.00
A 50-million year old fossil Herring from the Green River Formation of Wyoming. The species is Knightia eocaena, and it was collected near Kemmerer, Wyoming. Knightia is an extinct genus of schooling, ray-finned, spindle-shaped, bony fish that shares a family with herrings and sardines. They lived in the freshwater (lacustrine)...
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Knightia Fossil Fish from Wyoming (84.5 grams)
$ 29.00
A 50-million year old fossil Herring from the Green River Formation of Wyoming. The species is Knightia eocaena, and it was collected near Kemmerer, Wyoming. Knightia is an extinct genus of schooling, ray-finned, spindle-shaped, bony fish that shares a family with herrings and sardines. They lived in the freshwater (lacustrine)...
Knightia Fossil Fish from Wyoming (150 grams)
$ 35.00
A 50-million year old fossil Herring from the Green River Formation of Wyoming. The species is Knightia eocaena, and it was collected near Kemmerer, Wyoming. Knightia is an extinct genus of schooling, ray-finned, spindle-shaped, bony fish that shares a family with herrings and sardines. They lived in the freshwater (lacustrine)...
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Knightia Fossil Fish from Wyoming (115 grams)
$ 35.00
A 50-million year old fossil Herring from the Green River Formation of Wyoming. The species is Knightia eocaena, and it was collected near Kemmerer, Wyoming. Knightia is an extinct genus of schooling, ray-finned, spindle-shaped, bony fish that shares a family with herrings and sardines. They lived in the freshwater (lacustrine)...
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Knightia Fossil Fish from Wyoming (226 grams)
$ 35.00
A 50-million year old fossil Herring from the Green River Formation of Wyoming. The species is Knightia eocaena, and it was collected near Kemmerer, Wyoming. Knightia is an extinct genus of schooling, ray-finned, spindle-shaped, bony fish that shares a family with herrings and sardines. They lived in the freshwater (lacustrine)...
Knightia Fossil Fish from Wyoming (176 grams)
$ 35.00
A 50-million year old fossil Herring from the Green River Formation of Wyoming. The species is Knightia eocaena, and it was collected near Kemmerer, Wyoming. Knightia is an extinct genus of schooling, ray-finned, spindle-shaped, bony fish that shares a family with herrings and sardines. They lived in the freshwater (lacustrine)...
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Shark tooth on matrix (Otodus obliquus) from Khouribga, Morocco
$ 39.00
From Khouribga, Morocco   Otodus is an extinct mackerel shark which lived during the Paleocene and Eocene epochs, approximately 60 to 45 million years ago. This shark is known from the fossil teeth and fossilized vertebral centra. Like other elasmobranchs, the skeleton of Otodus was composed of cartilage and not...
Mosasaur Tooth on matrix From Phosphate Deposits - Khouribga, Morocco
$ 49.00
Phosphate Deposits - Khouribga, MoroccoLATE CRETACEOUS PERIOD:  73 - 65 million years agoMosasaurs are an extinct group of large marine reptiles. Their first fossil remains were discovered in a limestone quarry at Maastricht on the Meuse in 1764. Mosasaurs probably evolved from an extinct group of aquatic lizards known as...
Mosasaur Tooth on matrix From Phosphate Deposits - Khouribga, Morocco
$ 49.00
Phosphate Deposits - Khouribga, Morocco LATE CRETACEOUS PERIOD:  73 - 65 million years agoMosasaurs are an extinct group of large marine reptiles. Their first fossil remains were discovered in a limestone quarry at Maastricht on the Meuse in 1764. Mosasaurs probably evolved from an extinct group of aquatic lizards known...
Fulgurites
$ 49.00
Fulgurites
$ 49.00
Fulgurites (from the Latin fulgur, meaning "lightning") are natural tubes, clumps, or masses of sintered, vitrified, and/or fused soil, sand, rock, organic debris and other sediments that can form when lightning discharges into ground. They are classified as a variety of the mineraloid lechatelierite, although their absolute chemical composition is...
Knightia Fossil Fish from Wyoming (265 grams)
$ 49.00
A 50-million year old fossil Herring from the Green River Formation of Wyoming. The species is Knightia eocaena, and it was collected near Kemmerer, Wyoming. Knightia is an extinct genus of schooling, ray-finned, spindle-shaped, bony fish that shares a family with herrings and sardines. They lived in the freshwater (lacustrine)...
Knightia Fossil Fish from Wyoming (252 grams)
$ 49.00
A 50-million year old fossil Herring from the Green River Formation of Wyoming. The species is Knightia eocaena, and it was collected near Kemmerer, Wyoming. Knightia is an extinct genus of schooling, ray-finned, spindle-shaped, bony fish that shares a family with herrings and sardines. They lived in the freshwater (lacustrine)...
Knightia Fossil Fish from Wyoming (334 grams)
$ 49.00
A 50-million year old fossil Herring from the Green River Formation of Wyoming. The species is Knightia eocaena, and it was collected near Kemmerer, Wyoming. Knightia is an extinct genus of schooling, ray-finned, spindle-shaped, bony fish that shares a family with herrings and sardines. They lived in the freshwater (lacustrine)...
Knightia Fossil Fish from Wyoming (243 grams)
$ 49.00
A 50-million year old fossil Herring from the Green River Formation of Wyoming. The species is Knightia eocaena, and it was collected near Kemmerer, Wyoming. Knightia is an extinct genus of schooling, ray-finned, spindle-shaped, bony fish that shares a family with herrings and sardines. They lived in the freshwater (lacustrine)...
Knightia Fossil Fish from Wyoming (275 grams)
$ 49.00
A 50-million year old fossil Herring from the Green River Formation of Wyoming. The species is Knightia eocaena, and it was collected near Kemmerer, Wyoming. Knightia is an extinct genus of schooling, ray-finned, spindle-shaped, bony fish that shares a family with herrings and sardines. They lived in the freshwater (lacustrine)...
Knightia Fossil Fish from Wyoming (318 grams)
$ 49.00
A 50-million year old fossil Herring from the Green River Formation of Wyoming. The species is Knightia eocaena, and it was collected near Kemmerer, Wyoming. Knightia is an extinct genus of schooling, ray-finned, spindle-shaped, bony fish that shares a family with herrings and sardines. They lived in the freshwater (lacustrine)...
Knightia Fossil Fish from Wyoming (293 grams)
$ 49.00
A 50-million year old fossil Herring from the Green River Formation of Wyoming. The species is Knightia eocaena, and it was collected near Kemmerer, Wyoming. Knightia is an extinct genus of schooling, ray-finned, spindle-shaped, bony fish that shares a family with herrings and sardines. They lived in the freshwater (lacustrine)...
Genuine Spinosaurus Tooth in Protective Glass Case
$ 59.00
Spinosaurus (meaning "spine lizard") is a genus of theropod dinosaur that lived in what now is North Africa, during the upper Albian to upper Turonian stages of the Cretaceous period, about 112 to 93.5 million years ago. This genus was known first from Egyptian remains discovered in 1912 and described...
Mosasaur Tooth on matrix From Phosphate Deposits - Khouribga, Morocco
$ 59.00
Phosphate Deposits - Khouribga, Morocco LATE CRETACEOUS PERIOD:  73 - 65 million years agoMosasaurs are an extinct group of large marine reptiles. Their first fossil remains were discovered in a limestone quarry at Maastricht on the Meuse in 1764. Mosasaurs probably evolved from an extinct group of aquatic lizards known...
Mosasaur Tooth on matrix From Phosphate Deposits - Khouribga, Morocco
$ 59.00
Phosphate Deposits - Khouribga, Morocco LATE CRETACEOUS PERIOD:  73 - 65 million years agoMosasaurs are an extinct group of large marine reptiles. Their first fossil remains were discovered in a limestone quarry at Maastricht on the Meuse in 1764. Mosasaurs probably evolved from an extinct group of aquatic lizards known...
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Mosasaur Tooth on matrix From Phosphate Deposits - Khouribga, Morocco
$ 59.00
Phosphate Deposits - Khouribga, Morocco LATE CRETACEOUS PERIOD:  73 - 65 million years agoMosasaurs are an extinct group of large marine reptiles. Their first fossil remains were discovered in a limestone quarry at Maastricht on the Meuse in 1764. Mosasaurs probably evolved from an extinct group of aquatic lizards known...
Mosasaur Tooth on matrix From Phosphate Deposits - Khouribga, Morocco
$ 59.00
Phosphate Deposits - Khouribga, Morocco LATE CRETACEOUS PERIOD:  73 - 65 million years agoMosasaurs are an extinct group of large marine reptiles. Their first fossil remains were discovered in a limestone quarry at Maastricht on the Meuse in 1764. Mosasaurs probably evolved from an extinct group of aquatic lizards known...
Knightia Fossil Fish from Wyoming (347 grams)
$ 59.00
A 50-million year old fossil Herring from the Green River Formation of Wyoming. The species is Knightia eocaena, and it was collected near Kemmerer, Wyoming. Knightia is an extinct genus of schooling, ray-finned, spindle-shaped, bony fish that shares a family with herrings and sardines. They lived in the freshwater (lacustrine)...
Knightia Fossil Fish from Wyoming (294 grams)
$ 59.00
A 50-million year old fossil Herring from the Green River Formation of Wyoming. The species is Knightia eocaena, and it was collected near Kemmerer, Wyoming. Knightia is an extinct genus of schooling, ray-finned, spindle-shaped, bony fish that shares a family with herrings and sardines. They lived in the freshwater (lacustrine)...
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Knightia Fossil Fish from Wyoming (466 grams)
$ 59.00
A 50-million year old fossil Herring from the Green River Formation of Wyoming. The species is Knightia eocaena, and it was collected near Kemmerer, Wyoming. Knightia is an extinct genus of schooling, ray-finned, spindle-shaped, bony fish that shares a family with herrings and sardines. They lived in the freshwater (lacustrine)...
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Knightia Fossil Fish from Wyoming (262 grams)
$ 59.00
A 50-million year old fossil Herring from the Green River Formation of Wyoming. The species is Knightia eocaena, and it was collected near Kemmerer, Wyoming. Knightia is an extinct genus of schooling, ray-finned, spindle-shaped, bony fish that shares a family with herrings and sardines. They lived in the freshwater (lacustrine)...
Knightia Fossil Fish from Wyoming (495 grams)
$ 59.00
A 50-million year old fossil Herring from the Green River Formation of Wyoming. The species is Knightia eocaena, and it was collected near Kemmerer, Wyoming. Knightia is an extinct genus of schooling, ray-finned, spindle-shaped, bony fish that shares a family with herrings and sardines. They lived in the freshwater (lacustrine)...
Knightia Fossil Fish from Wyoming (578 grams)
$ 59.00
A 50-million year old fossil Herring from the Green River Formation of Wyoming. The species is Knightia eocaena, and it was collected near Kemmerer, Wyoming. Knightia is an extinct genus of schooling, ray-finned, spindle-shaped, bony fish that shares a family with herrings and sardines. They lived in the freshwater (lacustrine)...
Knightia Fossil Fish from Wyoming (409 grams)
$ 59.00
A 50-million year old fossil Herring from the Green River Formation of Wyoming. The species is Knightia eocaena, and it was collected near Kemmerer, Wyoming. Knightia is an extinct genus of schooling, ray-finned, spindle-shaped, bony fish that shares a family with herrings and sardines. They lived in the freshwater (lacustrine)...
Knightia Fossil Fish from Wyoming (371 grams)
$ 59.00
A 50-million year old fossil Herring from the Green River Formation of Wyoming. The species is Knightia eocaena, and it was collected near Kemmerer, Wyoming. Knightia is an extinct genus of schooling, ray-finned, spindle-shaped, bony fish that shares a family with herrings and sardines. They lived in the freshwater (lacustrine)...
Knightia Fossil Fish from Wyoming (2 pounds)
$ 59.95
A 50-million year old fossil Herring from the Green River Formation of Wyoming. The species is Knightia eocaena, and it was collected near Kemmerer, Wyoming. Knightia is an extinct genus of schooling, ray-finned, spindle-shaped, bony fish that shares a family with herrings and sardines. They lived in the freshwater (lacustrine)...
Mosasaur Tooth on matrix From Phosphate Deposits - Khouribga, Morocco
$ 69.00
Phosphate Deposits - Khouribga, Morocco LATE CRETACEOUS PERIOD:  73 - 65 million years agoMosasaurs are an extinct group of large marine reptiles. Their first fossil remains were discovered in a limestone quarry at Maastricht on the Meuse in 1764. Mosasaurs probably evolved from an extinct group of aquatic lizards known...
Mosasaur Tooth on matrix From Phosphate Deposits - Khouribga, Morocco
$ 69.00
Phosphate Deposits - Khouribga, Morocco LATE CRETACEOUS PERIOD:  73 - 65 million years agoMosasaurs are an extinct group of large marine reptiles. Their first fossil remains were discovered in a limestone quarry at Maastricht on the Meuse in 1764. Mosasaurs probably evolved from an extinct group of aquatic lizards known...
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Mosasaur Tooth on matrix From Phosphate Deposits - Khouribga, Morocco
$ 69.00
Phosphate Deposits - Khouribga, Morocco LATE CRETACEOUS PERIOD:  73 - 65 million years agoMosasaurs are an extinct group of large marine reptiles. Their first fossil remains were discovered in a limestone quarry at Maastricht on the Meuse in 1764. Mosasaurs probably evolved from an extinct group of aquatic lizards known...
Genuine Megalodon Tooth in a Glass Display Box
$ 69.00
Genuine Megalodon tooth in a Glass Display Box. This specimen comes in a labeled display box with color image and a brief written description. These make amazing gifts as they come perfectly displayed and labeled.Description:Megalodon was an ancient shark that may have been 40 feet (12 m) long or even more....
Genuine Dinosaur Extinction (3 Layer) Soil Sample Display Box
$ 69.00
Genuine Dinosaur Extinction Soil Samples (3 layers) from Slope County, North Dakota. This specimen comes in a labeled display box with color image and a brief written description. These make amazing gifts as they come perfectly displayed and labeled. Dinosaur extinction layer kit boundry soil sample from 65.5 million years...
Genuine Fossilized Coprolite (Dinosaur Poop) in a Glass Display Box
$ 69.00
Genuine Fossilized Coprolite (Dinosaur Poop) from Henry Mountains, Utah. This specimen comes in a labeled display box with color image and a brief written description. These make amazing gifts as they come perfectly displayed and labeled. Coprolites, distinct from paleofaeces, are fossilized animal dung. Like other fossils, coprolites have had...

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