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  1. Giant Megalodon Shark Coprolite Fossil - South Carolina
    $65.00
    O. megalodon (formerly known as Carcharodon megalodon) Coprolite Hawthorn Formation, South Carolina Pliocene to Miocene Epoch 4-7Ma Size : 4.8 x 2.8 inches 1 inch = 2.54 cm This shark coprolite is HUGE! From one of the most famous marine predators of all time, the Otodus megalodon! Weighs in at 1.5 lbs! Learn More
  2. Diplichnites Fossil Trilobite Tracks - Morocco
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    Diplichnites (Ichnofossils) Trilobite Tracks Ouzina, Morocco, North Africa Lower Ordovician Period - 445 Million Years Old Diplichnites : 4.7 x 0.65 in. Plate : 5.2 x 1.9 in. 1 inch = 2.54 cm Slab with a very fine detailed trilobite track way running across the center. Found often near the fossils of the trilobite Asaphellus aff. fezouataensis, it is thought these trace and burrows are from that trilobite. Learn More
  3. Cruziana Fossil Trilobite Tracks - Morocco
    $55.00
    Cruziana (Ichnofossils) Trilobite Tracks Ouzina, Morocco, North Africa Lower Ordovician Period - 445 Million Years Old Cruziana : 3.4 x 0.85 in. Plate : 5.25 x 2.35 in. 1 inch = 2.54 cm Slab with a very fine detailed trilobite track way running across the center. Found often near the fossils of the trilobite Asaphellus aff. fezouataensis, it is thought these trace and burrows are from that trilobite. Learn More
  4. Great Cruziana Fossil Trilobite Tracks & Starfish Asteriacites Burrow - Morocco
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    Cruziana + Asteriacites (Ichnofossils) Trilobite Tracks + Sea Star Tracks + Burrow Ouzina, Morocco, North Africa Lower Ordovician Period - 445 Million Years Old Cruziana : 5.2 x 0.88 in. Asteriacites: 1.75 x 1.34 in. Plate : 6.7 x 4 in. 1 inch = 2.54 cm Presented here is a slab with a nice trilobite track going straight across the center, the upper left shows a resting burrow and some tracks from a starfish or brittlestar, known as Asteriacites, the burrow only shows 4 legs prominently, the 5th leg is mostly cut off from the slab. These Asteriacites are not documented or published on from this locality yet! Found often near the fossils of the trilobite Asaphellus aff. fezouataensis, it is thought these trace and burrows are from that trilobite. Learn More
  5. 4.3 in. Cruziana Fossil Trilobite Tracks - Morocco
    $65.00
    Cruziana (Ichnofossils) Trilobite Tracks Ouzina, Morocco, North Africa Lower Ordovician Period - 445 Million Years Old Cruziana : 4.35 x 0.7 in. Plate : 5.1 x 5.6 in. 1 inch = 2.54 cm A wonderfully colorful plate with a very fine detailed trilobite track way running across the center of the slab. Found often near the fossils of the trilobite Asaphellus aff. fezouataensis, it is thought these trace and burrows are from that trilobite. Learn More
  6. Huge Cruziana Fossil Trilobite Tracks & Starfish Tracks - Morocco
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    Cruziana (Ichnofossils) Trilobite Tracks + Starfish Tracks Ouzina, Morocco, North Africa Lower Ordovician Period - 445 Million Years Old Cruziana : 6.06 x 0.92 in. Starfish? : 6 x 2.82 in. Plate : 7.19 x 6 in. 1 inch = 2.54 cm Presented here is a huge plate with a large trilobite track going straight across the center, and what looks like the footprints of a starfish along the bottom of the slab! There is also a very faint third track, that goes up from the left of the trilobite track and curves back down meeting at the right side. Found often near the fossils of the trilobite Asaphellus aff. fezouataensis, it is thought these trace and burrows are from that trilobite. Learn More
  7. Fossil Trilobite Tracks Cruziana + Diplichnites + Fustiglyphus - Morocco
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    Cruziana + Diplichnites + Fustiglyphus (Ichnofossils) Trilobite Tracks & Snail tracks Ouzina, Morocco, North Africa Lower Ordovician Period - 445 Million Years Old Cruziana 1 : 4.85 x 0.88 in. Cruziana 2 : 3.6 x 0.8 in. Cruziana 3 : 3.4 x 0.9 in. Diplichnites : 2.15 x 0.8 in. Fustiglyphus 1 : 3.06 x 0.2 in. Fustiglyphus 2 : 3.38 x 0.42 in. Plate : 4.6 x 3.9 in. 1 inch = 2.54 cm Amazing plate with the tracks of 4 different trilobite tracks crossing the plate, as well as 2 different Gastropod (snails) that left their impressions on the prehistoric seafloor with each stride, the track on the top shows the impression of the long thin shell perfectly! There is also a worm burrow on the bottom of the plate. This is the only plate I have ever seen from Morocco with these Gastropod (Fustiglyphus) tracks, they have only been described from the Ordovician of the USA. The similarities are too obvious to ignore. Found often near the fossils of the trilobite Asaphellus aff. fezouataensis, it is thought these trace and burrows are from that trilobite. Learn More
  8. Rusophycus Fossil Trilobite Nest and Cruziana Trackways - Morocco
    $95.00
    Rusophycus carleyi + Cruziana (Ichnofossils) Trace Trilobite Burrow and Trackways Ouzina, Morocco, North Africa Lower Ordovician Period - 445 Million Years Old Rusophycus : 2.64 x 1.34 in. Cruziana : 4.5 in. Plate : 6 x 4 in. 1 inch = 2.54 cm Found often near the fossils of the trilobite Asaphellus aff. fezouataensis, it is thought these trace and burrows are from that trilobite. Learn More
  9. Giant Eubrontes Dinosaur Footprints Claw Track Fossil Grallator - New Jersey
    $550.00

    Eubrontes giganteus (Hitchcock, 1836)
    Large Theropod Dinosaur

    Jurassic Period - 190 million years old
    East Berlin Formation, Connecticut, USA

    Plate : 23 x 12.5 in
    Track : 12.25 x 9 in
    1 in = 2.54 cm

    Possibly one of the best Eubrontes tracks we have ever seen, both for it's size and details! The Eubrontes is also the State Fossil of Connecticut!

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  10. Great 3 Dilophosaurus Dinosaur Footprints Claw Track Fossil Grallator - New Jersey
    $265.00

    Dilophosaurus Footprints
    Eubrontes sp.

    Late Triassic Period - 225 million years old
    Passaic Formation, Milford, New Jersey, USA

    Plate : 14.75 x 10 in
    Track (largest) : 5.00 x 3.33 in
    Track (smallest) : 2.58 x 1.95 in
    Track : 3.85 x 3.05 in
    1 in = 2.54 cm

    All three of these dinosaur footprints are very well inflated and show amazing detail of the foot pads with claws!

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