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Welcome to our Fossil category where you'll find some rather special selections, whether you are looking for a small fossil gift or a large interior fossil statement piece for yourself or someone special, here we have a wide range of museum quality fossils for sale; Ammonites that sit elegantly in your living-space surmounted and classically displayed on our custom designed bronze plinths or wall features that transcend your personal style and passion for historic themes into reality.

Discover a geological world of fossils from an ancient-prehistoric world from magnificent Mosasaurus fossil skulls, Dyrosaurus and Sarcosuchus crocodile skulls, Spinosaurus dinosaur and Carcharodontosaurus dinosaur fossils to Dinosaur bones, stunning fossil pecten shells including many other molluscs and echinoids and many more spectacular fossils for you to browse and buy.

  1. Turtle Coprolite 28mm

    Turtle Coprolite 28mm

    £92.00
    Turtle coprolite 28mm curiosity from Wilkes formation, Salmon Creek, Toledo, Lewis & Cowlitz County, SW Washington State near Mount St. Helen's volcano. Dating back to the Miocene era, approximately 20 to 35 million years, the dung has been left behind by a prehistoric turtle. Genus: Coprolite. Age: Miocene, approximately 23 - 7 million years ago. Origin: Wilkes formation, Washington State. Coprolite measurements. Height: 4.5 cm Length: 2.8 cm Depth: 2.2 cm Approximate weight: 43 g Learn More
  2. Damselfly And Ant In Copal

    Damselfly And Ant In Copal

    £92.00
    Damselfly and ant in copal in this time capsule which also contains a chorus of dancing insect life including colourful winged beetles, crane and fruit flies, termites and a large ant. The ant comically with outstretched front legs seemingly in the act of grappling with the once oozing sap, this having the appearance of the ant trying to evade a sticky end! The ants head antenna and front legs of the abdomen clearly viewed the rear portions missing. Genus: Damselfly and Crane flies, Ant and flying termites. Age: Approximately 1.6 million years to 10,000 years. Origin: Madagascar. Copal measurements. Height: 8.1 cm Width: 1.4 cm Depth: 0.8 cm Approximate weight: 0,007 g Learn More
  3. New Cleoniceras Sutured Ammonite 3

    Cleoniceras Sutured Ammonite 114mm

    £92.00
    The natural suture patterning is very delicate in this example and gives a marvellous contrast against the honey calcite colouration. The sutures frilly cream outlines also appear to give light and shading to the faces of the polished ammonite. A desirable Cleoniceras fossil ammonite from a classic fossil bed in Madagascar. Read the full description below... Genus: Cleoniceras ammonite, family Hoplitidae. Age: Albian 100 to 113 m.y.a., Cretaceous period 135 to 65 m.y.a Origin: N.E. Madagascar. E.Africa, South Indian Ocean Cleoniceras ammonite measurements. Diameter: 11.4 cm Weight: 0.255 g

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  4. Archosaurian Crocodile Fossil Tooth 77mm

    Elosuchus Cherifiensis Crocodile Tooth 77mm

    £92.00
    A fine and complete tooth exhibiting a very attractive caramel colour enamel and excellently preserved complete root. The tooth having been cleaned and conserved by Mr A. Brady in UK-Labs. Please refer to the illustrations to view the beautiful condition which is very good overall. Genus Att: Elosuchus cherifiensis (lavocat 1955), deBroin 2002, crocodile. Order: Crocodilia. Superfamily: Gaviloidea Origin: Tegana formation, province 'De Ksar-es-Souk', Kem Kem deposits, Morocco, North Africa. Age: Mesozoic era, Cretaceous period, Cenomanian to Turonian stages 100 to 89 million years ago. Specimen dimensions: Length: 6.6 cm Length: 7.7 cm (outside curvature) Width: 1.95 cm Approximate weight: 0.015 g

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  5. Extinct Cow Shark Tooth 52mm

    Hexanchus Griseus Shark Tooth 52mm

    £92.00
    Good collector grade Cow shark tooth of uncommon large size unearthed at the Ouled Abdoun Basin formation of Morocco. The six-gilled extinct shark's tooth has been cleaned and conserved. Every single tooth has distinct attributes to both mesial and distal sides, leading up to the archetypical comb apical crowns. Good root including cusplets. Read the fuller description below... Genus: Hexanchus griseus (Cow shark) - Hexanchidae; described by Bonnaterre, 1788 Age: Cenozoic era, late Palaeocene, approximately 50 to 70 million years. Origin: Phosphate deposits of Khouribga, Ouled Abdoun Basin, Northern Sahara, Morocco. Cow Shark tooth measurements. Length: 5.2 cm Height: 3.1 cm Approximate weight: 0,006 g Read about the phosphate deposits of Morocco go to Wikipedia >

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  6. Fossil Cow Shark Tooth 46mm

    Hexanchus Griseus Shark Tooth 46mm

    £92.00
    Good collector grade Cow shark tooth of attractive light colour enamel unearthed at the Ouled Abdoun Basin formation of Morocco. The six-gilled extinct shark's tooth has been cleaned and conserved. Every single tooth has distinct attributes to both mesial and distal sides, leading up to the archetypical comb apical crowns. Good root including cusplets. Read the fuller description below... Genus: Hexanchus griseus (Cow shark) - Hexanchidae; described by Bonnaterre, 1788 Age: Cenozoic era, late Palaeocene, approximately 50 to 70 million years. Origin: Phosphate deposits of Khouribga, Ouled Abdoun Basin, Northern Sahara, Morocco. Cow Shark tooth measurements. Width: 4.3 cm Height: 3.0 cm Approximate weight: 0,007 g Read about the phosphate deposits of Morocco go to Wikipedia >

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  7. Cow Shark Hexanchus Tooth 29mm

    Notorynchus Cepedianus Shark Tooth 29mm

    £92.00
    Good collector grade Cow shark tooth of attractive light colour enamel unearthed at the Ouled Abdoun Basin formation of Morocco. The six-gilled extinct sharks tooth has been cleaned and conserved. Every single tooth has distinct attributes to both mesial and distal sides, leading up to the archetypical comb apical crowns. Good root including cusplets. Genus: Notorynchus cepedianus. (Cow shark) - Hexanchidae; described by Ayres, 1855 Age: Cenozoic era, late Palaeocene, approximately 50 to 70 million years. Origin: Phosphate deposits of Khouribga, Ouled Abdoun Basin, Northern Sahara, Morocco. Cow Shark tooth measurements. Width: 2.9 cm Height: 1.9 cm Approximate weight: 0,003 g Read about the phosphate deposits of Morocco go to Wikipedia >

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  8. Hadroblattula Drepanoides Fly 81mm

    Hadroblattula Drepanoides Fly 81mm

    £96.00
    Genus: Hadroblattula Drepanoides. Age: Mesozoic era, lower Cretaceous Period, Barremian stage, approximately 125 million years. Origin: Shandong, China. Measurements. Height: 8.1 cm Width: 8.1 cm Depth: 0.6 cm Approximate weight: 0,044 g Learn More
  9. New Spinosaurid Dinosaur Tooth 65mm

    Spinosaurus Aegyptiacus Dinosaur Tooth 65mm

    £97.00
    Spinosaurid specimen tooth of bulky proportions, exhibiting attractive glossy enamel patina, a ferocious carnivores tooth of large size, from the top semi-aquatic predator dinosaur of the Cretaceous of what is now Morocco, North Africa. Read our condition report below... Genus Att: Spinosaurus Aegyptiacus sp. Origin: Tegana formation, province 'De Ksar-es-Souk', Kem Kem deposits, Morocco, North Africa. Age: Mesozoic era, Cretaceous period, Cenomanian to Turonian stages 100 to 89 million years ago. Spinosaurus Aegyptiacus tooth measurement. Length: 6.5 cm Width: 1.7 cm Overall weight: 0,017 g

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  10. New Glossopteris Browniana Leaves 246mm

    Glossopteris Browniana Leaves 246mm

    £98.00
    Genus: Glossopteris browniana, Brongniart. Age: Midian/Tatarian, Paleozoic, late Permian, approximately 286 to 245 million years. Origin: Illawarra Coal Measures, Dunedoo, Sydney Basin, Dunedoo, New South Wales, South East Australia. History: Alfred Wegener used illustration of Glossopteris to formulate the continental drift hypothesis, circa 1915. Glossopteris Browniana measurements. Height: 24.6 cm Width: 21.6 cm Depth: 2.2 cm Approximate weight: 1,246 g Learn More
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    Fossil Nautilus 149mm

    Fossil Nautilus

    Regular Price: £137.00

    Special Price £98.00

    Nautilus singular, nautili plural are nautiloids which are a type of cephalopod. The cephalopod group include modern day octopi, squids and cuttlefish. Cephalopod named from the Greek and so aptly named, loosely translated into English as head-foot. The cephalopods including the extinct ammonoidea group ranged from the Cambrian period around 500 million years ago up to the Cretaceous period around 65 million years ago. An immense period of time which led to much dimorphism between different genera. The nautili continue to persist today in the Pacific ocean. Read about this fossil nautilus below... Genus: Nautiloid, Cenoceras sp. Age: Palaeozoic era, Devonian, approximately 420 to 355 million years. Origin: Morocco, North Africa. Nautilus measurements. Height: 13.0 cm Width: 10.2 cm Depth: 4.5 cm Nautilus on matrix. Height: 14.9 cm Width: 12.0 cm Base Depth: 4.5 cm Nautilus weight: 0,928 kg Learn More
  12. Coleoptera And Insects In Copal

    Coleoptera And Insects In Copal

    £102.00
    Coleoptera and insects in copal showcasing a large section of perhaps once a much larger stalactitic form of fossilised copal. The light hue of the fossilised tree sap is excellent platform to view the myriad of life now encased within. The main inclusions appear to be large Embiotera. Several types are distinguishable from a variation of angles, enabling an overall analysis of all the insect's anatomical morphologies. Towards the base, as seen in the main photograph, you can see what appears to be a sinuous fauna specimen similar to a thin reed-type leaf. Inclusions of flying insects can also be seen comprising Isoptera (termites) and Coleoptera (beetles). Overall, this copal specimens provides an exceedingly interesting insight into the ancient petrified forests of Madagascar. Genus: Probably web spinner, Embiotera; Isoptera; Coleoptera. Age: Approximately 1.6 million years to 10,000 years old. Origin: Madagascar. Copal measurements. Height: 14.1 cm Width: 6.4 cm Depth: 1.3 cm Approximate weight: 0,043 g Learn More
  13. Eodiaphyodus Granulosus Fish Palate 124mm

    Eodiaphyodus Granulosus Fish Palate 124mm

    £102.00
    A Rare fossil fish palate tooth of the extinct Tarpon type herring shaped prehistoric fish Eodiaphyodus granulosus unearthed in the region which is now modern day Morocco. Once underwater the whole region was filled with marine life, The town near Casablanca, Khouribga is the base of massive phosphate mines run by the state, the by product being these extraordinary fossil remains from the Cretaceous era. Read our description below... Genus:  Eodiaphyodus granulosus Age: Cretaceous period, Maastrichtian 72 to 66 million years ago. Location: Khouribga Phosphate, Nr Khouribga, Morocco Eodiaphyodus Block measurement. Length: 12.47 cm Width: 10 cm Height: 5.65 cm Eodiaphyodus granulosus palate measurement. Length: 7.66 cm Width: 6.8 cm Height: 2.66 cm Approximate weight: 0,618 g Learn More
  14. New Fagus Langevini (Beech) Fossil Plate 106mm

    Fagus Langevini (Beech) Fossil Plate 106mm

    £102.00
    An exceptionally well preserved and beautiful Fagus leaf fossil plate, sediments of the prehistoric lake enabled fossilisation by carbonisation, preserving the ancient leaf to completely metamorphose creating quite naturally the preservation and colour of the specimen leaf and solid limestone plate encapsulating the once living organism from an antiquated Beech tree. Genus: Fagus langevini (Beech) Order: Fagales Family: Fagaceae Clade: Angiosperms Age: Early to middle Eocene, around 48 to 35 million years. Origin: Tranquille Shale in Cache Creek, British Columbia, Canada. Beech leaf measurements. Height: 6.0 cm Width: 2.8 cm Plate measurements. Height: 10.6 cm Width: 8.0 cm Depth: 1.5 cm Approximate weight: 0,068 g Learn More
  15. Dinosaur Coprolite 48mm

    Dinosaur Coprolite 48mm

    £112.00
    Genus: Dinosaur coprolite. Age: Cretaceous, approximately 90 to 70 million years. Origin: Tegana formation, Aptian, Kem Kem Basin, Morocco, North Africa. Coprolite measurements. Height: 7.7 cm Length: 4.8 cm Depth: 3.3 cm Approximate weight: 0,103 g Learn More
  16. Dinosaur Coprolite 38mm

    Dinosaur Coprolite 38mm

    £112.00
    Dinosaur coprolite 38mm overall length and of smooth form, having the appearance of fresh dung. Historically Mary Anning first noticed stone pebbles in ichthyosaurs abdomens, once broken open she discovered fish bones of prey, this led William Buckland to coin the name coprolite in 1829. Coprolites helped scientists and researchers determine and understand diets of prehistoric animals, how their digestion worked. Also coprolite can be a great indicator to the seasonal changes that occurred millions of years ago once seeds and plant matter is microscopically analysed. Genus: Carcharodotosaurus dinosaur coprolite. Age: Cretaceous, approximately 90 to 70 million years. Origin: Tegana formation, Aptian, Kem Kem Basin, Morocco, North Africa. Coprolite measurements. Height: 5.9 cm Length: 3.8 cm Depth: 3.7 cm Approximate weight: 0,087 g Learn More
  17. Ants And Cricket In Copal

    Ants And Cricket In Copal

    £112.00
    Ants and cricket in copal; an exceedingly interesting specimen of copal in a slab form, this appears to the writer as a piece of a natural history. One large arachnid leg is hanging in suspension in the copal slab, while many other ants are trapped without appendages, just a torso of some along with many complete ants. This offers an interesting insight into predation with thoughts of the predator having some difficulties themselves and losing an enlarged hairy leg in the action of escape! One long hair extends almost the complete length of the copal. Often caught in resins, ambers and copal, husks, hairs and bits of debris carried by the forest breeze become stuck onto the sap and leave a trail of events and flora to eventually be catalogued and classified. This petrified copal is no exception. Genus: Worker and Soldier Ants, Cricket, various Flying insects. Age: Approximately 1.6 million years to 10,000 years. Origin: Madagascar. Copal measurements. Height: 7.3 cm Width: 3.8 cm Depth: 1.1 cm Approximate weight: 0,025 g Learn More
  18. Cenoceras Nautiloid 105mm

    Cenoceras Nautiloid 105mm

    £112.00
    Both the Ammonites and Nautili evolved from cephalopod beginnings in the Cambrian period. The Ammonoid group eventually dominating the prehistoric marine environment, being free swimmers above the seabed, before the arrival of vertebrate fishes to the marine scene. Nautiloids having early success were later in the Cretaceous period seemingly in decline. The mass Cretaceous extinction, the KT boundary event, which is the marker for the extinction of dinosaurs and many other life forms gave the tenacious Nautili a chance to regain a secure foothold under the oceans. Read more of the Nautiloid story below… Genus: Cenoceras intermedius, Hyatt in 1884 (Sowerby), Nautiloid, Nautiloidea. Age: Triassic, Carnian age 228- 235 mya to Mid Jurassic, Callovian age 166 - 164 mya Location: Ambohimanga Rova, N.E. Antananarivo, Madagascar. Southern Indian ocean. Cenoceras Nautiloid measurement. Diameter: 10.5 cm Approximate weight: 0,666 g Learn More
  19. Framed Orthoceras And Print front view

    Framed Orthoceras And Print 395mm

    £122.00
    Framed Orthoceras print 395mm signed by Ben Pickup with original fossilised Orthoceras Phragmocone. Presented in a glazed black frame with a glass front, Ben's art is wonderfully creative with fine detail. Includes authentication certificate. A fascinating piece curated for interiors. Showcasing good clarity of the specimen encased within the Devonian limestone with quartz inclusions in the chambers, dating around 400 million years. NB. Allow extra time for mounting and framing (We usually carry each specimen frame in stock where possible, seasonally busy selling times permitting) add one-two extra week/s to scheduled delivery time. Contact us for more information... Genus: Orthoceratites, Orthoceras Regulare. Age: Palaeozoic era, Devonian, approximately 417 to 354 million years. Origin: Tazzerine, Western Sahara Desert, Morocco, North Africa. Orthoceras frame measurements. Height: 28 cm Width: 39.5 cm Approximate weight: 1,145 g Learn More
  20. Selection Of Framed Shark Teeth 309mm

    Framed Otodus Obliquus & Carcharias Africana Shark Teeth 309mm

    £122.00
    Selection of limited edition frames of fossil shark teeth, exclusively designed, curated and produced by the fossil store. The appealing and historically fascinating framed display case of Otodus obliquus and sand shark teeth creating a unique wall feature for collectors or interior designers. Genus: Otodus obliquus (Mackerel) shark teeth - (corner/outside row & middle row/wide Teeth) Genus: Carcharias Africana (Sand) shark teeth - (2 inside rows/slim teeth) Age: Moyen in the Atlas mountains of North Africa. Origin: Cenozoic era, Palaeocene, Eocene epoch, approximately 60 to 45 million years. Shark teeth quartet measurements. Height: 30.9 cm Width: 30.9 cm Depth: 3.5 cm Approximate weight: 1,150 g

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  21. Prognathodon Mosasaurus Tooth 134mm

    Prognathodon Giganteus Mosasaurus Tooth 134mm

    £122.00
    Mosasaurus was a prehistoric marine reptile, a marine creature with immense and powerful jaws, preying on other marine reptiles, ammonites and large nautili. This is part of a group of marine reptiles which attained great size in the Cretaceous before becoming extinct, for runners of the great sharks and cetaceans which filled the gap they left in the world's oceans. Genus: Prognathodon mosasaurus. (Mosasauridae family). Age: Mesozoic era, Cretaceous Period, Turonian to Maastrichtian ages, approximately 135 to 65 million years. Origin: From the Khouribga formation, Casablanca, Morocco, North Africa. Mosasaurus tooth measurements. Length: 13.4 cm Diameter: 4.1 cm Approximate weight: 0,189 g

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  22. Prognathodon Mosasaurus Tooth 109mm

    Prognathodon Giganteus Mosasaurus Tooth 109mm

    £122.00
    Mosasaurus was a prehistoric marine reptile, a marine creature with immense and powerful jaws, preying on other marine reptiles, ammonites and large nautili. This is part of a group of marine reptiles which attained great size in the Cretaceous before becoming extinct, for runners of the great sharks and cetaceans which filled the gap they left in the world's oceans. Genus: Prognathodon mosasaurus. (Mosasauridae family). Age: Mesozoic era, Cretaceous Period, Turonian to Maastrichtian ages, approximately 135 to 65 million years. Origin: From the Khouribga formation, Casablanca, Morocco, North Africa. Mosasaurus tooth measurements. Length: 10.9 cm Diameter: 4.1 cm Approximate weight: 0,106 g

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  23. Otodus Shark Tooth In Matrix 72mm

    Otodus Obliquus Shark Tooth In Matrix 72mm

    £122.00
    Welcome to our selection of high-quality Otodus obliquus shark teeth, which have been procured from the Ouled Abdoun Basin formation of Morocco, in North Africa. This Otodus obliquus Mackerel shark tooth has been cleaned and conserved to a high standard. The encapsulated tooth has extremely sharp edges to both mesial and distal edge and crown tip. With a good bourlette and root including both cusplet pointers and excellent dark caramel colour enamel. Genus: Otodus Obliquus. Age: Cenozoic era, late Palaeocene, approximately 50 to 70 million years. Origin: Phosphate deposits of Khouribga, Ouled Abdoun Basin, Northern Sahara, Morocco. Overall measurements. Height: 7.6 cm Width: 9.6 cm Depth: 6 cm Otodus Obliquus tooth measurement. Length: 7.2 cm Approximate weight: 0,468 g Learn More
  24. Otodus Shark Tooth In Matrix 61mm front view

    Otodus Obliquus Shark Tooth In Matrix 61mm

    £122.00
    Welcome to our selection of high-quality Otodus obliquus shark teeth, which have been procured from the Ouled Abdoun Basin formation of Morocco, in North Africa. This Otodus obliquus shark tooth has been cleaned and conserved. Encapsulated with extremely sharp edges to both mesial and distal side, leading up to the crown tip and with a good bourlette and root including both cusplet pointers. Genus: Otodus Obliquus. Age: Cenozoic era, late Palaeocene, approximately 50 to 70 million years. Origin: Phosphate deposits of Khouribga, Ouled Abdoun Basin, Northern Sahara, Morocco. Overall measurements. Height: 8.1 cm Width: 10.1 cm Depth: 4.5 cm Otodus Obliquus tooth measurement. Length: 6.1 cm Approximate weight: 0,440 g Learn More
  25. Otodus Shark Tooth In Matrix 67mm front view

    Otodus Obliquus Shark Tooth In Matrix 67mm

    £122.00
    Welcome to our selection of high-quality Otodus obliquus shark teeth, which have been procured from the Ouled Abdoun Basin formation of Morocco, in North Africa. This fine Otodus obliquus shark tooth has been cleaned and conserved by our technicians. The superb tooth encapsulated in the fossil rock matrix has extremely sharp edges to both mesial and distal side, leading up to the crown tip. A good bourlette and root including both cusplet pointers. Genus: Otodus Obliquus. Age: Cenozoic era, late Palaeocene, approximately 50 to 70 million years. Origin: Phosphate deposits of Khouribga, Ouled Abdoun Basin, Northern Sahara, Morocco. Overall measurements. Height: 8.1 cm Width: 10.3 cm Depth: 5 cm Otodus Obliquus tooth measurement. Length: 6.7 cm Approximate weight: 0,462 g Learn More
  26. Otodus Shark Tooth In Matrix 65mm front view

    Otodus Obliquus Shark Tooth In Matrix 65mm

    £122.00
    Otodus obliquus shark tooth 65mm, a particularly good single shark tooth encapsulated in the original limestone matrix of the fossil bedding plane, unearthed at the phosphate mines near Khouribga, the Ouled Abdoun Basin formation, western Morocco. This genuine fossil sharks tooth found in fossil limestones dating from a period spanning the late Cretaceous to the early Eocene periods of North Africa exhibits superb preservation considering it has lain in the fossil bed, buried for up to 70,000,000 years. Genus: Otodus Obliquus. Age: Cenozoic era, late Palaeocene, approximately 50 to 70 million years. Origin: Phosphate deposits of Khouribga, Ouled Abdoun Basin, Northern Sahara, Morocco. Overall measurements. Height: 10.4 cm Width: 7.3 cm Depth: 3.6 cm Otodus Obliquus tooth measurement. Length: 6.5 cm Approximate weight: 0,338 g Learn More
  27. Polished Cardinia Shell

    Polished Cardinia Shell 184mm

    £122.00
    Fossilised polished Cardinia bivalve shell exhibiting very appealing naturally coloured quartz, coloured bands within and fine mineralised morphology of the Cardinia's growth lines. The patterning preserved over millions of years. Read our description below... Genus: Cardinia Shell. Age: Lower Lias, Sinemurian to Pliensbachian ages, 199 to 183 million years. Origin: Blue Marl Limestones, Ironstone layers, Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire, England. Cardinia shell measurements. Height: 14.3 cm Width: 18.4 cm Depth: 5.2 cm Approximate weight: 1,507 Kg Learn More
  28. New Cenoceras Nautiloid 104mm

    Cenoceras Nautiloid 104mm

    £122.00
    Both the Ammonites and Nautili evolved from cephalopod beginnings in the Cambrian period. The Ammonoid group eventually dominating the prehistoric marine environment, being free swimmers above the seabed, before the arrival of vertebrate fishes to the marine scene. Nautiloids having early success were later in the Cretaceous period seemingly in decline. The mass Cretaceous extinction, the KT boundary event, which is the marker for the extinction of dinosaurs and many other life forms gave the tenacious Nautili a chance to regain a secure foothold under the oceans. Read more of the Nautiloid story below… Genus: Cenoceras intermedius, Hyatt in 1884 (Sowerby), Nautiloid, Nautiloidea. Age: Triassic, Carnian age 228- 235 mya to Mid Jurassic, Callovian age 166 - 164 mya Location: Ambohimanga Rova, N.E. Antananarivo, Madagascar. Southern Indian ocean. Cenoceras Nautiloid measurement. Diameter: 10.4 cm Approximate weight: 0.596 g Learn More
  29. Asaphellus Ordovician Trilobite 138mm

    Asaphellus Ordovician Trilobite 138mm

    £122.00
    Asaphellus cf. jujuanus Harrington trilobite quite naturally split shale fossil revealing the full carapace sprawled over the limestone matrix, once long ago the sea floor. A fine specimen exhibiting excellent rust colour typical of the heavy iron concentrations of the region. Read more below... Genus: Asaphellus cf. jujuanus Harrington, described 1937. Age: Ordivician period, Tremadocian stage, 485 to 478 million years ago. Origin: Fezouta shale formations, Valley Du Draa, Zagora, Morocco. Asaphellus cf. jujuanus measurements. Length: 4.4 cm Width: 3.0 cm Height: 0.3 cm (off plate) Overall weight: 0,522 g Learn More
  30. New Cidaris Fossil sea Urchin Plate 130mm

    Cidaris Fossil sea Urchin Plate 130mm

    £123.00
    A good limestone trimmed slab encapsulating several echinoids exhibiting a mass mortality pattern, presumably smothered in some underwater calamity, evident in the scattered arrangement of spines around the fossilised sea urchin test's. Class: Echinoidea Subclass: Euechinoidea Order: Hemicidaroida Genus: Acrosalenia hemicidaroides. Echinoidea, Agassiz, 1838 Age: Mesozoic era, middle Jurassic, Bathonian stage approximately 168 to 166 million years. Origin: Oolitic layers, Landaville, Vosges, Lorraine, North Eastern France. Echinoid measurements. Diameter: 2.0 - 2.5 cm Cidaris Echinoid plate measurements. Square: 13.0 cm Depth: 3.0 cm Approximate weight: 1,137 g Learn More
  31. Mammoth Hair In Acrylic Frame

    Mammoth Hair In Acrylic Frame

    £132.00
    A remarkable acrylic block display of genuine Mammoth hair from the Siberian tundra of northern Russia, the hair held between two magnetic, clear lucite (acrylic) windows. ''In the early 1900's a party of Russian scientists in Siberian Tenéré dug up, cooked and ate the flesh of an ice age Mammoth, reporting back the St. Petersburg museum the preserved tissue was edible and delicious!'' (You will receive the same quantity of mammoth hair from Mammoth's discovered in Siberia and as seen in the images here to the left and below). Genus: Mammuthus. Mammoth. Origin: Mount Tamyr (Taimyr), Peninsula, Siberian steps, Russia. Age: Quaternary era, late Pleistocene (upper Pleistocene), Tarantian epoch, approximately 200,000 to 20,000 years. Mammoth frame measurements. Height: 16 cm Width: 21 cm Depth: 3 cm Approximate weight: 1194 g Learn More
  32. Prognathodon Mosasaurus Tooth 130mm

    Prognathodon Giganteus Mosasaurus Tooth 130mm

    £132.00
    Mosasaurus was a prehistoric marine reptile, a marine creature with immense and powerful jaws, preying on other marine reptiles, ammonites and large nautili. This is part of a group of marine reptiles which attained great size in the Cretaceous before becoming extinct, for runners of the great sharks and cetaceans which filled the gap they left in the world's oceans. Genus: Prognathodon mosasaurus. (Mosasauridae family). Age: Mesozoic era, Cretaceous Period, Turonian to Maastrichtian ages, approximately 135 to 65 million years. Origin: From the Khouribga formation, Casablanca, Morocco, North Africa. Mosasaurus tooth measurements. Length: 13 cm Diameter: 10.2 cm Approximate weight: 0,667 g

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  33. New Cleoniceras Sutured Ammonite 2

    Cleoniceras Sutured Ammonite 133mm

    £132.00
    The natural suture patterning is vivid and creates a nice contrast for the honey calcite colouration. The sutures frilly cream outlines also appear to give light and shading to the faces of the polished ammonite. A desirable Cleoniceras fossil ammonite from a classic fossil bed in Madagascar. Read the full description below... Genus: Cleoniceras ammonite, family Hoplitidae. Age: Albian 100 to 113 m.y.a., Cretaceous period 135 to 65 m.y.a Origin: N.E. Madagascar. E.Africa, South Indian Ocean Cleoniceras ammonite measurements. Diameter: 13.3 cm Weight: 0.518 g Learn More
  34. Spinosaurid Dinosaur Tooth 71mm

    Spinosaurus Aegyptiacus Dinosaur Tooth 71mm

    £132.00
    An unbroken robust Spinosaurid specimen tooth of bulky proportions, exhibiting attractive glossy enamel patina, a ferocious carnivores tooth of large size, from the top semi-aquatic predator dinosaur of the Cretaceous of what is now Morocco, North Africa. Read our condition report below... Genus Att: Spinosaurus Aegyptiacus sp. Origin: Tegana formation, province 'De Ksar-es-Souk', Kem Kem deposits, Morocco, North Africa. Age: Mesozoic era, Cretaceous period, Cenomanian to Turonian stages 100 to 89 million years ago. Spinosaurus Aegyptiacus tooth measurement. Length: 7.1 cm Width: 3.1 cm Overall weight: 0,046 g

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  35. New Spinosaurid Dinosaur Tooth 73mm

    Spinosaurus Aegyptiacus Dinosaur Tooth 73mm

    £132.00
    Spinosaurid specimen tooth of large proportions with excellent colour tones, exhibiting attractive light beige glossy enamel patina, a ferocious carnivores tooth of large size, from the top semi-aquatic predator dinosaur of the Cretaceous of what is now Morocco, North Africa. Read our condition report below... Genus Att: Spinosaurus Aegyptiacus sp. Origin: Tegana formation, province 'De Ksar-es-Souk', Kem Kem deposits, Morocco, North Africa. Age: Mesozoic era, Cretaceous period, Cenomanian to Turonian stages 100 to 89 million years ago. Spinosaurus Aegyptiacus tooth measurement. Length: 7.3 cm Width: 2.1 cm Overall weight: 0,017 g

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  36. Yew Leaf 77mm

    Yew Leaf 77mm

    £142.00
    Genus: Yew leaf. Age: Early to middle Eocene, around 48 to 35 million years. Origin: Tranquille Shale, Cache Creek, British Columbia, Canada. Yew leaf measurements. Height: 6.7 cm Width: 7.7 cm Depth: 0.7 cm Approximate weight: 0,042 g Learn More
  37. Opal Cleoniceras Ammonite 76mm

    Opal Cleoniceras Ammonite 76mm

    £142.00
    Opalescent cleoniceras ammonite excavated in the Mahajanga jungle of Madagascar. A wonderful tropical island environment, in the Indian Ocean, off the coast of South East Africa. This Island having the most unusual flora and fauna is also blessed with unique deposit of the colourful fossils. Rich minerals have developed in the earths layers creating unique depositions of plentiful fossils, some outcrop and have in recent years have been harvested for there natural beauty. Read the full description below.... Genus: Cleoniceras ammonite. Hoplitidae. Age: Albian 100 to 113 m.y.a., Cretaceous period 135 to 65 m.y.a Origin: N.E. Madagascar. E.Africa, South Indian Ocean Cleoniceras ammonite measurements. Height: 7.6 cm Width: 6 cm Depth: 2 cm Approximate weight: 0,112 g Learn More
  38. Iguanodon Dinosaur Bone 199mm

    Iguanodon Dinosaur Bone 199mm

    £142.00
    Iguanodon Dinosaur leg bone cut and polished into a thin slice allowing the vascular structure within to be studied, which also creates an attractive display curio. The name Iguanodon is derived from Iguana-tooth. The second dinosaur to be officially named by Gideon Mantell. Iguanodon is one of the first dinosaur genera to have been named and numerous species assigned to it such as several early genera of dinosaurs such as Megalosaurus. With a complicated history, Iguanodon's taxonomy continues to undergo revisions today. Supplied in a glazed Riker display case and acrylic stand with authentication certificate from TFS and free United Kingdom shipping. Genus: Mantellisaurus atherfieldensis. Age: Wealden clay, Lower Cretaceous, approximately 120 million years. Origin: Isle of White, England, United Kingdom. Iguanodon bone slice dimensions. Height: 14.7 cm Width: 19.9 cm Depth: 0.7 cm Weight: 0.400 Kg

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  39. New Cenoceras Nautiloid 103mm

    Cenoceras Nautiloid 103mm

    £142.00
    Both the Ammonites and Nautili evolved from cephalopod beginnings in the Cambrian period. The Ammonoid group eventually dominating the prehistoric marine environment, being free swimmers above the seabed, before the arrival of vertebrate fishes to the marine scene. Nautiloids having early success were later in the Cretaceous period seemingly in decline. The mass Cretaceous extinction, the KT boundary event, which is the marker for the extinction of dinosaurs and many other life forms gave the tenacious Nautili a chance to regain a secure foothold under the oceans. Read more of the Nautiloid story below… Genus: Cenoceras intermedius, Hyatt in 1884 (Sowerby), Nautiloid, Nautiloidea. Age: Triassic, Carnian age 228- 235 mya to Mid Jurassic, Callovian age 166 - 164 mya Location: Ambohimanga Rova, N.E. Antananarivo, Madagascar. Southern Indian ocean. Cenoceras Nautiloid measurement. Diameter: 10.3 cm Approximate weight: 0,618 g Learn More
  40. New Spinosaurid Dinosaur Tooth 67mm

    Spinosaurus Aegyptiacus Dinosaur Tooth 67mm

    £142.00
    Spinosaurid specimen tooth of stout proportions with excellent colour tones, exhibiting attractive caramel glossy enamel patina, a ferocious carnivores tooth of large size, from the top semi-aquatic predator dinosaur of the Cretaceous of what is now Morocco, North Africa. Read our condition report below... Genus Att: Spinosaurus Aegyptiacus sp. Origin: Tegana formation, province 'De Ksar-es-Souk', Kem Kem deposits, Morocco, North Africa. Age: Mesozoic era, Cretaceous period, Cenomanian to Turonian stages 100 to 89 million years ago. Spinosaurus Aegyptiacus tooth measurement. Length: 6.7 cm Width: 2.1 cm Overall weight: 0,022 g

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  41. New Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus Tooth 33mm

    Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus Dinosaur Tooth 33mm

    £152.00
    An excellent dinosaur theropod tooth of a large carnivore which must have terrorised the Cretaceous environment around 95 million years ago. Colloquially named the North African Tyrannosaur this dinosaur tooth from Morocco is from the predator carnivore Carcharodontosaurus saharicus discover it now at The Fossil Store. Read our fuller report below... Genus: Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus Dinosaur. Age: Mesozoic era, Cretaceous, Aptian/Albian, Cenomanian, approximately 110 to 90 million years. Origin: Tegana formation, province de Kasr-es-Souk, Kem Kem, Northern Sahara desert, Morocco, North Africa. Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus measurements. Length: 3.3 cm Approximate weight: 0,003 g Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus Information > Wikipedia Information > Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus Dinosaur Scale Learn More
  42. Prognathodon Mosasaurus Tooth 87mm

    Prognathodon Giganteus Mosasaurus Tooth 87mm

    £162.00
    Mosasaurus was a prehistoric marine reptile, a marine creature with immense and powerful jaws, preying on other marine reptiles, ammonites and large nautili. This is part of a group of marine reptiles which attained great size in the Cretaceous before becoming extinct, forerunners of the great sharks and cetaceans which filled the gap they left in the world's oceans. Genus: Prognathodon mosasaurus. (Mosasauridae family). Age: Mesozoic era, Cretaceous Period, Turonian to Maastrichtian ages, approximately 135 to 65 million years. Origin: From the Khouribga formation, Casablanca, Morocco, North Africa. Mosasaurus tooth measurements. Length: 8.7 cm Diameter: 5 cm Approximate weight: 0,137 g

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  43. Prognathodon Mosasaurus Tooth 110mm

    Prognathodon Giganteus Mosasaurus Tooth 110mm

    £162.00
    Mosasaurus was a prehistoric marine reptile, a marine creature with immense and powerful jaws, preying on other marine reptiles, ammonites and large nautili. This is part of a group of marine reptiles which attained great size in the Cretaceous before becoming extinct, for runners of the great sharks and cetaceans which filled the gap they left in the world's oceans. Genus: Prognathodon mosasaurus. (Mosasauridae family). Age: Mesozoic era, Cretaceous Period, Turonian to Maastrichtian ages, approximately 135 to 65 million years. Origin: From the Khouribga formation, Casablanca, Morocco, North Africa. Mosasaurus tooth measurements. Length: 11 cm Diameter: 5 cm Approximate weight: 0,156 g

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  44. Phacops Speculator Trilobite 46mm

    Phacops Speculator Trilobite 46mm

    £162.00
    A Phacops speculator trilobite, the authentic and superbly preserved ancient arthropod exhibiting exceedingly well the attributes of the genus type, the remains of the carapace inflated on the original fossil matrix (limestone fossil rock bed) in which the invertebrate perished long ago. Genus: Phacops Speculator. Age: Middle Devonian era, approximately 393 millions years. Origin: Jebel Issoumour, Hamar Laghdad formation, Morocco, North Africa. Phacops Speculator measurement. Height: 1 cm Length: 4.6 cm Width: 2.6 cm Overall measurement. Height: 5 cm Length: 5.7 cm Width: 7 cm Weight: 285 g Learn More
  45. Phacops Speculator Trilobite 44mm

    Phacops Speculator Trilobite 44mm

    £162.00
    A Phacops speculator trilobite, the authentic and superbly preserved ancient arthropod exhibiting exceedingly well the attributes of the genus type, the remains of the carapace inflated on the original fossil matrix (limestone fossil rock bed) in which the invertebrate perished long ago. Genus: Phacops Speculator. Age: Middle Devonian era, approximately 393 millions years. Origin: Jebel Issoumour, Hamar Laghdad formation, Morocco, North Africa. Phacops Speculator measurement. Height: 1.1 cm Length: 4.4 cm Width: 2.7 cm Overall measurement. Height: 5.4 cm Length: 5.2 cm Width: 8.6 cm Weight: 259 g Learn More
  46. Crocodile Bespoke Collection Cases

    Variety Fossil Crocodile Specimens - Bespoke Collection

    Starting at: £162.00

    Rare crocodile elements and fish tooth bespoke collection cases presented by The Fossil Store for something a little different. Crocodile bespoke collection case contains one Eodiaphydus granulosus palate, four Crocodile scutes plates, one Enchodus libycus fish tooth and twelve superb Phyllodus toliapicus pharyngeal fossil tooth palate teeth, in a collection box case presented by The Fossil Store. TFS0527: Genus: Crocodile and Fish elements. Age: Tertiary, Cenozoic era, Paleocene to Eocene 60 to 50 million years ago. Origin: Khouribga, Béni Mellal-Khénifra region, Western Sahara desert, Morocco, North Africa. ---------------------------------------------- Bespoke collection case measurements. TFS0527: 21cm (H) x 16 cm (W) x 2 cm (D)

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  47. Crinoid Scyphocrinites elegans 283mm

    Scyphocrinites Elegans Crinoidea Fossil Lily 283mm

    £162.00
    A fossil plate containing a crinoid specimen of the genus Scyphocrinites elegans. The individual crinoid crown and ossicles stem having distinct anatomical detail, the sea bed plate displays remarkable articulation, as if laid down only recently, not if fact eons ago. Careful conservation of this authentic fossil limestone plate has enabled the natural sculptural elements to be highlighted.. Read our description below or to read more about the Crinoidea group, their anatomy, lifestyle, where they are found and how we excavate them follow this link to discover another world. Discover more about the Crinoidea family Genus: Scyphocrinites Elegans Crinoidea. Origin: Djebel Issoumour, Alnif, Morocco, North Africa. Age: Paleozoic era, Late Ordovician to early Devonian, approximately 420 to 380 million years. Crinoidea plate measurements. Height: 28.3 cm Width: 18.3 cm Depth 2.5 cm Crinoidea plate weight: 2726 gr Learn More
  48. Otodus Obliquus Shark Teeth 204mm

    Otodus Obliquus Shark Teeth 204mm

    £162.00
    Otodus Obliquus Shark Tooth block contains two good examples of the prehistoric Mackerel shark which attained sizes of between 30ft to 40ft (9m to 12m), in length and attaining something around 3 to 5 tonnes in weight. This weight is an estimate based on the modern-day Gt. White shark's, up to 25ft and weighing around 6600 lbs or 3 tonnes. Another interesting shark statistic, the Gt. white tooth is an average of 1.5ins to 2ins for an adult shark of around 20ft to 25ft. The prehistoric fossil record shows Otodus obliquus Mackerel shark teeth, attained sizes up to 4ins. Read the fuller description below... Genus: Otodus Obliquus. Age: Cenozoic era, late Palaeocene, approximately 50 to 70 million years. Origin: Phosphate deposits of Khouribga, Ouled Abdoun Basin, Northern Sahara, Morocco. Overall measurements. Height: 13.4 cm Width: 20.4 cm Depth: 7.0 cm Longest Otodus Obliquus (root to crown) tooth measurement. Length: 7.0 cm Approximate weight: 1,299 g Learn More
  49. New Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus Tooth 35mm

    Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus Dinosaur Tooth 35mm

    £162.00
    An excellent dinosaur theropod tooth of a large carnivore which must have terrorised the Cretaceous environment around 95 million years ago. Colloquially named the North African Tyrannosaur this dinosaur tooth from Morocco is from the predator carnivore Carcharodontosaurus saharicus discover it now at The Fossil Store. Read our fuller report below... Genus: Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus Dinosaur. Age: Mesozoic era, Cretaceous, Aptian/Albian, Cenomanian, approximately 110 to 90 million years. Origin: Tegana formation, province de Kasr-es-Souk, Kem Kem, Northern Sahara desert, Morocco, North Africa. Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus measurements. Length: 3.5 cm Approximate weight: 0,005 g Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus Information > Wikipedia Information > Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus Dinosaur Scale Learn More
  50. Dromaeosaurid Dinosaur Raptor Tooth 28mm

    Dromaeosaur Raptor Dinosaur Tooth 28mm

    £172.00
    Dromeosaurs first appeared in the middle Jurassic Period (Bathonian stage, around 167 million years ago) and survived until the end of the Cretaceous (Maastrichtian stage), 65.5 million years ago, evolving for over 100 million years, until the great mass extinction event of the Cretaceous Paleogene KT boundary. Supporting the dominance dromeosauridae achieved over their environment and prey. Read our fuller description below... Bespoke black box with glass front included with this item. Genus: Dromeosaur Dinosaur, Dromaeosauridae. Origin: Tegana formation of Kem Kem, Morocco, North Africa. Age: Mesozoic era, late Cretaceous period, Cenomanian epoch, approximately 99 million years. Length: 2.0 cm width: 1.0 cm Depth: 0.6 cm Approximate weight: 0,001 g Raptor teeth discoveries >

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  51. Spinosaurid Dinosaur Tooth 67mm

    Spinosaurus Aegyptiacus Dinosaur Tooth 67mm

    £172.00
    Superb large specimen Spinosaurid dinosaur tooth exhibiting excellent and attractive glossy dark mahogany full enamel patina, the ferocious carnivore tooth from a top semi-aquatic predator of the Cretaceous period, North Africa. Read the full report below... Genus Att: Spinosaurus Aegyptiacus sp. Origin: Tegana formation, province 'De Ksar-es-Souk', Kem Kem deposits, Morocco, North Africa. Age: Mesozoic era, Cretaceous period, Cenomanian to Turonian stages 100 to 89 million years ago. Spinosaurus Aegyptiacus tooth measurement. Length: 6.7 cm Width: 2.95 cm Overall weight: 0,045 g

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    Mammites Nodosoides Ammonite 160mm

    Mammites Nodosoides Ammonite 160mm

    Regular Price: £242.00

    Special Price £172.00

    The shell of Mammites are typically stout, having a slightly square whorl section and flattish to slightly concave venter and can reach a diameter of twenty millimetres as an adult. Genus: Mammites nodosoides, described by Laube and Bruder in 1887. Family: Acanthoceratidae, described by De Grossouvre, Circa 1894 SubFamily: Mammitinae, described by Hyatt Circa 1900 Age: Upper Cretaceous Period, Early to late Turonian Stage, 94.3 to 89.3 m.y.a. Environment/lithology: lithified, concretionary marl, Mammites nodosoides Zone. Geological Location: N.E. Asfla, Goulmima, Er-rachidia province, Anti Atlas, Morocco. Mammites Nodosoides dimensions Width: 11.5 cm Depth: 6.5 cm Height: 15.0 cm Overall block dimensions Width: 15.5 cm Depth: 9.8 cm Height: 16.0 cm Weight: 1,906 Kg Reference: W. J. Kennedy, A. S. Gale, D. J. Ward and C. J. Underwood. 2008. Early Turonian ammonites from Goulmima, southern Morocco. Bulletin de l'Institut Royal des Sciences Naturelles de Belgique. Learn More
  53. Araucaria Wood Bookends 317mm

    Araucaria Wood Bookends 317mm

    £182.00
    The petrified Araucaria wood bookends 317mm have been curated for interiors around the world. The petrified fossil wood originating in Madagascar, has been beautifully cut and polished from an ancient buried tree. The refreshingly modern accented quartered forms have been polished with a high degree of skilled competence creating the stylish quality products illustrated. With an excellent combination of the mineral jasper, a type of quartz, the inflections and inclusions do dramatically show the once living plants growth in a most beautiful array of colour and tones. Dating back to the Mesozoic era 250,000,000 years, representing fossilised Araucaria flora of a historic and scientific importance. Genus: Araucaria. Age: Early to late Triassic period, approximately 220 to 250 million years. Origin: Ambilobe, Madagascar. Araucaria bookend measurements. Height: 25.6 cm Width: 31.7 cm Depth: 5.6 cm Approximate weight: 8,734 Kg Learn More
  54. Hairy Arachnid Leg In Copal

    Hairy Arachnid Leg In Copal

    £182.00
    Copal a natural time capsule, a petrified tree sap stalactite, one face showing the tree bark imprint, a mould of its host's branch where the sap drew down in this elongated form tempting the flora and fauna of the forest. The rest of the stilleto heeled stalactite shape shows flow over flow lines of the tree sap. In its production the tree seemingly produced oodles of sticky sap which eventually has become fossilised. Full of entomological interest. Genus: Arachnid, Beetles and Flora stem. Age: Approximately 1.6 million years to 10,000 years. Origin: Madagascar. Copal measurements. Length: 13.4 cm Depth: 3.8 cm Height: 5.4 cm Approximate weight: 0,059 g Learn More
  55. Cyphaspis Trilobite 38mm

    Cyphaspis Trilobite 38mm

    £192.00
    Genus: Cyphaspis. (Order Lichida, Family Lichidae). Age: Palaeozoic era, middle Devonian, 395 million years ago. Origin: Lamrakeb region deposits near Alnif, Morocco, North Africa. Cyphaspis Trilobite measurement. Height: 1.3 cm Length: 3.8 cm Width: 2.2 cm Overall measurement. Height: 2.8 cm Length: 7.1 cm Width: 6.9 cm Approximate weight: 0,209 g Learn More
  56. Prognathodon Mosasaurus Tooth 116mm

    Prognathodon Giganteus Mosasaurus Tooth 116mm

    £192.00
    Mosasaurus was a prehistoric marine reptile, a marine creature with immense and powerful jaws, preying on other marine reptiles, ammonites and large nautili. This is part of a group of marine reptiles which attained great size in the Cretaceous before becoming extinct, for runners of the great sharks and cetaceans which filled the gap they left in the world's oceans. Read the fuller description below... Genus: Prognathodon mosasaurus. (Mosasauridae family). Age: Mesozoic era, Cretaceous Period, Turonian to Maastrichtian ages, approximately 135 to 65 million years. Origin: From the Khouribga formation, Casablanca, Morocco, North Africa. Mosasaurus tooth measurements. Length: 11.6 cm Diameter: 3..7 cm Approximate weight: 0,157 g

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  57. Prognathodon Mosasaurus Tooth 112mm

    Prognathodon Giganteus Mosasaurus Tooth 112mm

    £192.00
    Mosasaurus was a prehistoric marine reptile, a marine creature with immense and powerful jaws, preying on other marine reptiles, ammonites and large nautili. This is part of a group of marine reptiles which attained great size in the Cretaceous before becoming extinct, for runners of the great sharks and cetaceans which filled the gap they left in the world's oceans. Read the fuller description below... Genus: Prognathodon mosasaurus. (Mosasauridae family). Age: Mesozoic era, Cretaceous Period, Turonian to Maastrichtian ages, approximately 135 to 65 million years. Origin: From the Khouribga formation, Casablanca, Morocco, North Africa. Mosasaurus tooth measurements. Length: 11.2 cm Diameter: 3.7 cm Approximate weight: 0,163 g

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  58. Prognathodon Mosasaurus Tooth 111mm

    Prognathodon Giganteus Mosasaurus Tooth 111mm

    £192.00
    Mosasaurus was a prehistoric marine reptile, a marine creature with immense and powerful jaws, preying on other marine reptiles, ammonites and large nautili. This is part of a group of marine reptiles which attained great size in the Cretaceous before becoming extinct, for runners of the great sharks and cetaceans which filled the gap they left in the world's oceans. Genus: Prognathodon mosasaurus. (Mosasauridae family). Age: Mesozoic era, Cretaceous Period, Turonian to Maastrichtian ages, approximately 135 to 65 million years. Origin: From the Khouribga formation, Casablanca, Morocco, North Africa. Mosasaurus tooth measurements. Length: 11.1 cm Diameter: 3.8 cm Approximate weight: 0,133 g

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    Choffaticeras Ammonite 200mm

    Choffaticeras Ammonite 200mm

    Regular Price: £272.00

    Special Price £192.00

    Excellent sliced and polished Choffaticeras (C.) segne fossil ammonoid, the type described by Solger in 1903. The ammonite halved enabling the internal chambers now filled with mineral calcite, a type of quartz, to be fully appreciated. A natural history curio which has also scientific interest, discovered in what has become a classic Cretaceous period fossil layer located in the high Atlas of southern Morocco. read the full description below... Genus: Choffaticeras segne described by Solger 1903 Family: Pseudotissotiidae Hyatt1902 Sub Family: Pseudotissotiinae Hyatt 1902 Sub Order: Ammonitina Hyatt1889 Order: Ammonoidea Zittel 1884 Class: Cephalopod Cuvier 1797 Branch: Mollusca Linnaeus 1758 Age: Cretaceous period, Lower Turonian stage 93.9 to 89.8 million years ago. Geological Location: Turonian Mammites nodosoides Zone, Asfla, Morocco. Ammonite measurements approximately. Height: 16.0 cm Width: 20.0 cm Depth: 4.5 cm Approximate weight: 2.318 g Learn More
  60. Elosuchus Crocodile Tooth 55mm

    Elosuchus Cherifiensis Crocodile Tooth 55mm

    £197.00
    A superb complete tooth of one of the most fierce crocodilian predators yet discovered in the region of Moroccan, North Africa. The beautifully dark and deep patina of the mahogany colour enamel is the first striking feature which captivates the author. Next the overall condition of the tooth, unbroken, complete exhibiting clear distinct morphology. Genus Att: Elosuchus cherifiensis (lavocat 1955), deBroin 2002, crocodile. Order: Crocodilia. Superfamily: Gaviloidea Origin: Tegana formation, province 'De Ksar-es-Souk', Kem Kem deposits, Morocco, North Africa. Age: Mesozoic era, Cretaceous period, Cenomanian to Turonian stages 100 to 89 million years ago. Specimen dimensions: Length: 5.5 cm Length: 6.0 cm (outside curvature) Width: 1.9 cm Approximate weight: 0.022 g

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