Ammonites grew their shells from calcium carbonate, and grew constantly throughout their life span. This fossil replica is perfect for lessons on paleontology and geology.
This fossil replica represents an ancient sea urchin that crawled along the seafloor, feeding on algae. This fossil is great for learning about paleontology and fossil preservation.
This bivalve fossil replica is representative of an organism that lived millions of years ago. Bivalves are filter feeders that usually bury themselves underwater in the sand. This model is perfect for paleontology lessons.
This fossil replica represents a mold of a ray-finned fish that died and was buried in the ocean. This fossil is great in the classroom for teaching about paleontology and fossil preservation.
The Fossil Replica Collection includes four identified specimens, information cards, and a geological timescale.
Scientific inquiry includes critical thinking to evaluate evidence and the explanations proposed by other scientists.
Fossils of some of the earliest life forms.
The age of dinosaurs—in your students' hands.
Learn about and classify fossils that are many hundreds of millions of years old.
Dig into some serious fun with these fascinating collection kits.
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Great introduction to the fascinating field of paleontology.
20 fossils offer broad array of geological time.
Fossils from the age of mammals and man.
A perfect fossils collection starter set for the young students.
Comprehensive collection of 30 fossils.
Covers the Cambrian through the Pliocene eras.