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Specimens are available for use in a wide variety of organic and inorganic testing procedures. Organic samples can be utilized for dissection purposes or studying whole preserved or life specimens, with practical examples in cellular biology or the internal structures of whole organs and complex multicellular systems. Rock specimens are useful for studying textures, grain sizes, and other features brought about by pressure, temperature, and other natural forces, offering a glimpse into the Earth’s geological history.


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Catalog Number: (470237-626)

Description:   Sinocyamodus xinpuensis (Triassic)
Description:   Dickinsonia costata and Parvancorina minchami (PreCambrian) Fossil Reproduction
Catalog Number: (470237-638)

Description:   Huntonia purdue (Devonian) Fossil Reproduction
Catalog Number: (470027-312)

Description:   Salterella sp
Catalog Number: (470237-658)

Description:   Archaeopteryx lithographica (Jurassic) Fossil Reproduction
Catalog Number: (470237-650)

Description:   Keichosaurus Fossil Reproduction
Catalog Number: (470237-660)

Description:   This remarkable resin cast features one of the most complete examples of a near contemporary of Archaeopteryx. Recently found in Liaoning Province in ...
Catalog Number: (470237-648)

Description:   Sclerocephalus hauseri Fossil Reproduction
Catalog Number: (470237-640)

Description:   Isotelus maximus (Ordovician) Fossil Reproduction
Catalog Number: (470237-652)

Description:   Pachypleurosaurus edwardsi (Triassic) Fossil Reproduction
Catalog Number: (470306-896)

Description:   Bony fish first evolved during the Paleozoic era, over 400 million years ago. This fossil replica represents a mold of a ray-finned fish that died and...
Catalog Number: (470027-298)

Description:   Straight nautiloid shell with good sutures. Average size: 1 - 2".
Catalog Number: (470154-726)

Description:   Unusual well-formed sedimentary bodies believed to have formed from the aggregates of algal organisms and cyanobacteria in ancient waters.

Description:   Well-formed single tooth of an extinct "cow shark". Average length: 3/4" to 1". Morocco.
Catalog Number: (470027-552)

Description:   Neuropteris sp.
Catalog Number: (470027-248)

Description:   Turritella mortoni
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