FOSSILS

Goniatites, ancient ancestors to the modern day nautilus, are marine Cephalopods approximately 350 million years old. These fossils are found in the Atlas Mountains of Morocco. Goniatites are free-standing and come with an information card. 



Ammonites were a type of Cephalopod that appeared during the Devonian Era. These attractive Ammonite fossil pairs, all different, measure between 2" and  2.5" and come with an information card for each fossil.

Fossil Fish
These Fossil Fish are an extinct species from the Eocene Epoch about 50 million years ago. They were found in the Green River Formation, Kemmerer, Wyoming in limestone shale. The fish on the fossils are approximately 1.5 inches.

Fossil Shark Teeth are one of the few remains we have of ancient sharks. Because their skeletons are made of cartilage instead of bone, the teeth are the only parts left behind. Teeth measure approximately 1" to 1.5".