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A large Miocene aged fossil crab (Tumidocarcinus giganteus) from New Zealand which has been painstakingly prepared from a hard concretion.  This 6 inch wide crab took more than 50 hours of work to prepare in a 3D manner.

A large Miocene aged fossil crab (Tumidocarcinus giganteus) from New Zealand which has been painstakingly prepared from a hard concretion. This 6 inch wide crab took more than 50 hours of work to prepare in a manner.

Trilobite Tuesday returns! Gabriceraurus mifflinensis is about 465 million years old, found in the fossil-rich Ordovician rocks of Wisconsin. Note the pronounced genal and pygidial spines that emanate, respectively, from the trilobite’s head and tail. Scientists are divided as to the role these spines may have played in the trilobite’s life. Some believe they were used to help in maneuvering through primordial seas, while others say they may have been used as an aid in feeding or even…

Gabriceraurus mifflinensis is about 465 million years old, found in the fossil-rich Ordovician rocks of Wisconsin. Note the pronounced genal and pygidial spines.

Tricrepicephalus texanus  Weeks Formation  Millard County, UT  Cambrian

This is a nice Trilobite fossil

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A YOUNG EARTH: Polystrate fossil tree - In a thousand locations including the Fossil Cliffs of Joggins, Nova Scotia, polystrate fossils such as trees span many strata disproving the claim that the layers were deposited slowly over millions of years.

fosiles - Buscar con Google

fosiles - Buscar con Google

True Adventures in Portland OR: Northwest Fossil Fest

True Adventures in Portland OR: Northwest Fossil Fest

Large Fossil Crab with Legs Name: Harpactocarcinus punctulatus Age: Eocene - 50 million yrs Formation: Rialo Location: Monte Baldo, Italy

Fossils for Sale by The Stones & Bones Collection - Museum quality ammonites, shark teeth, fossil fish, minerals, and trilobites.