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  1. 2.39 inch Megalodon Serrated Shark Tooth from Sharktooth Hill, California
    $30.00
    Otodus (Carcharodon) megalodon (Agassiz, 1843) Sharktooth Hill, Bakersfield, California Miocene Period - 15 million years old Tooth : 2.39 inches (1 in. = 2.54 cm.) An interesting piece from a large O. megalodon tooth! Shows about 1" of serrations and enamel on one face of the specimen. Learn More
  2. 2.58 inch Fossil Eagle Ray Barb (Myliobatis) from Sharktooth Hill, California
    $35.00
    Myliobatis (Cuvier, 1816) Extinct Eagle Ray Sharktooth Hill, Bakersfield, California Miocene Period - 15 million years old Barb : 2.58 inches (1 in. = 2.54 cm.) Sting Ray barbs from the extinct Eagle Ray, Myliobatis, are fairly uncommon to find in the Sharktooth Hill region of Kern county, California. Most are broken and overlooked by tooth collectors. Learn More
  3. 0.77 inch Fossil Pinniped Sea Lion Seal Tooth (Allodesmus kernensis) from Sharktooth Hill, California
    $35.00
    Allodesmus kernensis (Kellogg, 1922) Extinct Pinniped related to Sea Lions and Seals Sharktooth Hill, Bakersfield, California Miocene Period - 15 million years old Tooth measures : 0.77 inches (1 in. = 2.54 cm.) A pinniped cheek tooth from an Allodesmus! Shows great lightening strike marks on it from plant roots that grew nearby the specimen in more modern times. Learn More
  4. 0.85 inch Fossil Pinniped Sea Lion Seal Tooth (Allodesmus kernensis) from Sharktooth Hill, California
    $30.00
    Allodesmus kernensis (Kellogg, 1922) Extinct Pinniped related to Sea Lions and Seals Sharktooth Hill, Bakersfield, California Miocene Period - 15 million years old Tooth measures : 0.85 inches (1 in. = 2.54 cm.) A pinniped front canine tooth from a juvenile Allodesmus! Learn More
  5. 4 in Knightia alta Fossil Fish Green River - Wyoming
    $35.00

    Knightia alta (Leidy, 1873)
    Green River Formation - 50 Million years old Kemmerer, Wyoming, USA
    Knightia : 4 in. Matrix : 7.25 x 4.5 in. (1 inch = 2.54 cm)
    A well preserved Knightia (Herring/Sardine) with a nice rich black color and scales with amazing detail that contrast nicely against the matrix. This fish is from the famous 18 Inch Layer of the Green River Formation!
    This specimen was collected by us in the late fall of 2016, and prepared March 2019.

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  6. Red Peronopsis interstrictus Trilobite Fossil - Utah
    $30.00
    Peronopsis interstrictus (White, 1874)
    Middle Cambrian (505 Million Years)

    Wheeler Shale Formation, Antelope Spring, House Range, Utah

    A beautifully preserved and well inflated red/orange colored Peronopsis trilobite resting on a piece of the Wheeler Shale from Utah. Peronopsis are known as the Blind Trilobite! Trilobite : 8.34 x 4.8 mm Matrix : 3.4 x 3.3 inch Learn More
  7. Otodus Shark Tooth + Vertebrae Enchodus Saber Tooth Fish - Morocco
    $35.00
    Otodus obliquus + Fish bones (Enchodus) Oued Zem, Khourigba, Morocco, North Africa Upper Paleocene Period - 60 Million Years Old Otodus Tooth : 0.9 in. Matrix : 3.80 x 3.40 in. 1 inch = 2.54 cm A shark tooth (Otodus) resting amongst a bed of fish bones. Natural and no repair or restoration done to this specimen. Learn More
  8. Hematite Ammonite Fossil - 1 Pound - Morocco
    $35.00

    Geologic Age : Jurassic Period- Bajocian Stage
    171-167 Million Years Old

    Locality : Nzala, Morocco, Africa (Central High Atlas Mountains)

    Species Present : Chondroceras, Dorsentensia, Holcophylloceras, Pleydellia

    These fossil ammonite shells have been fully replaced by the iron mineral Hematite.

    Pictured are representative specimens, you will receive 1 Pound of fossil ammonites, picked at random from a box, similar to the photo.

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  9. Insect Burrow Petrified Wood Limb Slab Eocene - College Station, Texas
    $35.00
    Petrified Wood Limb Slab Conifer Tree Limb with Insect Burrows College Station, Texas Yegua Formation Eocene Period - 40 million years old Cut and polished by us at AETC, this petrified wood slab shows great preservation and cellular structure, placing it in the conifer group. Insect burrows are present in several areas on the upper region where the wood has a lighter color going against the grain. A very intriguing snapshot of time from 40 million years ago. There is also a dry crack seam which filled in with a striking blue chalcedony. Learn More
  10. 1.65 in. Plesiosaur Zarafasaura Tooth in Matrix - Morocco
    $30.00
    Zarafasaura oceanis (Vincent et al., 2011) aka the "Giraffe Lizard Daughter of the Sea" Ouled Abdoun Basin, Couche III, Khourigba, Morocco, North Africa Upper Cretaceous Period - 70.6-66 Million Years Old Tooth : 1.65 in. length 1 inch = 2.54 cm A nice tooth resting on a matrix full of bones. Learn More

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