Fossils

Fossils are the impressions of creatures that lived millions of years ago. Their remains were covered in sediments which hardened off turning the impressions of the creatures to stone. This process took millions of years depending on the chemicals in the sediments, moisture and pressure from the weight of overlying rocks. Sea creatures fossilised more quickly than those on land but never the less the results were the same - fossils.


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Ammonite Heteromorph

Ammonite Heteromorph

An  unsuccessful evolutionary experiment to redesign ammonites to prolong their existance after 250 million years. Origin France 
£225.00

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Crinoid

Crinoid

A fine specimen of prehistoric sea lily from Morocco. 250 million years old
£280.00

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Madagascan fossils wood

Madagascan fossils wood

An attractive polished cross section of a piece of fossil wood from trees that grew in Madagasca 60 million years ago.
£20.00

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Orthoceras

Orthoceras

A collection of prehistoric jet propelled squid's internal protective guards. 400 million years old. Morocco.
£35.00

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Single mosasaur jaw

Single mosasaur jaw

A single mosasaur jaw with teeth from phosphate sand quarry. Morocco. As seen in the new Jurassic Park film.
£47.50

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Wooly mammoth vertebrae

Wooly mammoth vertebrae

Wooly mammoth vertebrae 15000 years old from Brown Banks, Norfolk U.K.
£295.00

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