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  1. 1.86 in Fossil Great White Shark Tooth (Carcharodon carcharias) from South Carolina
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    Carcharodon carcharias Extinct Great White Shark South Carolina, USA Miocene Period - 16 million years old Tooth : 1.86 inches (1 in. = 2.54 cm.) A really nicely serrated prehistoric Great White shark tooth Learn More
  2. 4.63 inch Razor Sharp Serrated Fossil Megalodon Shark Tooth from South Carolina
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    Otodus (Carcharodon) megalodon (Agassiz, 1843) Hawthorn Formation, South Carolina Pliocene to Miocene Epoch 4-7Ma Tooth : 4.63 inches on the long slant (1 inch = 2.54 cm) A monster tooth from South Carolina. Serrations are still present on this gorgeous black and blue toned tooth, Learn More
  3. Rare Fossil Dragonfly Covered in Druzy Calcite - Salton Sea, California
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    Dragonfly Calcareous sinter Salton Sea, California Dragonfly : 3.78 X 1.8 in Matrix : 5.2 X 4.5 inches 1 inch = 2.54 cm One of the strangest fossils I've handled, this dragonfly landed near a hydrothermal vent in the Salton Sea of southern California, died, and was preserved in a fine druzy calcite known as "Calcareous sinter"! This type of preservation is typically known from hot springs or limestone caves. These specimens were first discovered on a Smithsonian expedition to the area between 1938-1940. As of writing this, I have found the existence of less than a dozen specimens in museum collections around the world and private hands, 8 of which seem to be in museum collections (Japan, Ireland, California UCMP, Smithsonian, Minnesota, Texas Museum of Entomology, Oregon), the others are held privately. Learn More
  4. Cave Bear Paw (Right Hand) Ursus uralensis from the Ural Mountains Russia
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    Fossil Cave Bear Paw (Right Front) Ursus uralensis 60,000-35,000 years old, during the Ice Age Ural Mountains, Russia Measures : 11.25 inches long x 7 inches wide Learn More
  5. Rare Penguin Skull Fossil with Shark Tooth in Matrix - South America
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    Extinct Primitive Penguin Paleospheniscus sp. South America Miocene to Pliocene Period 2 - 5 million years old Skull: 3 in long x 2.4 in wide Matrix is 5 x 3.8 inches Weight is 0.8 kg / 1.75 lbs The skull is inside a phosphate nodule and could be further prepared to expose the fine intricate details. There is even a shark tooth resting beside the skull! This finely preserved skull is from an ancient penguin, probably an ancestor of today's Humboldt penguin, but around the size of a small Gentoo penguin, which would be around 25 inches tall. They thrived 2-5 million years ago in the warm waters near the Equator in today's South America, with diet and behavior much like their modern relatives. Learn More
  6. 2.09 in Polished Fossil Sand Dollar Dendraster gibbsii - California
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    Dendraster gibbsii (Remond, 1863) Siphonalia Member - Etchegoin Formation Kings county, California, USA Lower Pliocene Period (5.2 - 4.8 Million Years Old) Sand Dollar : 2.09 inches diameter 1 inch = 2.54 cm A very fine example of a polished sand dollar fossil with well defined details on the urchin skeleton, stained by petroleum from the San Joaquin Valley in Central California. Great as a specimen for display or to make into a wonderful piece of jewelry! Learn More
  7. 2.05 in Polished Sand Dollar Fossil Dendraster gibbsii - California
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    Dendraster gibbsii (Remond, 1863) Siphonalia Member - Etchegoin Formation Kings county, California, USA Lower Pliocene Period (5.2 - 4.8 Million Years Old) Sand Dollar : 2.05 inches diameter 1 inch = 2.54 cm A very fine example of a polished sand dollar fossil with well defined details on the urchin skeleton, stained by petroleum from the San Joaquin Valley in Central California. Great as a specimen for display or to make into a wonderful piece of jewelry! Learn More
  8. 1.93 in Polished Sand Dollar Fossil Dendraster gibbsii - California
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    Dendraster gibbsii (Remond, 1863) Siphonalia Member - Etchegoin Formation Kings county, California, USA Lower Pliocene Period (5.2 - 4.8 Million Years Old) Sand Dollar : 1.93 inches diameter 1 inch = 2.54 cm A very fine example of a polished sand dollar fossil with well defined details on the urchin skeleton, stained by petroleum from the San Joaquin Valley in Central California. Great as a specimen for display or to make into a wonderful piece of jewelry! Learn More
  9. 2.02 in Polished Sand Dollar Fossil Dendraster gibbsii - California
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    Dendraster gibbsii (Remond, 1863) Siphonalia Member - Etchegoin Formation Kings county, California, USA Lower Pliocene Period (5.2 - 4.8 Million Years Old) Sand Dollar : 2.02 inches diameter 1 inch = 2.54 cm A very fine example of a polished sand dollar fossil with well defined details on the urchin skeleton, stained by petroleum from the San Joaquin Valley in Central California. Great as a specimen for display or to make into a wonderful piece of jewelry! Learn More
  10. 1.98 in Polished Sand Dollar Fossil Dendraster gibbsii - California
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    Dendraster gibbsii (Remond, 1863) Siphonalia Member - Etchegoin Formation Kings county, California, USA Lower Pliocene Period (5.2 - 4.8 Million Years Old) Sand Dollar : 1.98 inches diameter 1 inch = 2.54 cm A very fine example of a polished sand dollar fossil with well defined details on the urchin skeleton, stained by petroleum from the San Joaquin Valley in Central California. Great as a specimen for display or to make into a wonderful piece of jewelry! Learn More

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