Set of 4 Deluxe Fossil Replicas - Includes 1 Ammonite, Hardouinia, Bivalve and Fish - Eisco Labs
- Set of four deluxe fossil replicas. Set includes one ammonite, hardouinia, bivalve and fish
- Perfect for use in the classroom during lessons on fossils and paleontology
- This collection fits perfectly in any geologist's collection
- Each fossil replica is made from a resin designed to last through heavy classroom and laboratory use
Set of four deluxe fossil replicas. Perfect for use in the classroom during lessons on fossils and paleontology. Each fossil replica is made from a resin designed to last through heavy classroom and laboratory use.
- One Mesozoic Ammonite, Perisphinctes Fossil Replica (4cm) - Ammonites grew their shells from calcium carbonate, and grew constantly throughout their life span. A relative of octopi and squids today, ammonites swam through the open ocean, preying on smaller marine animals.
- One Mesozoic Echinoderm Hardouinia Fossil Replica (4cm) - This fossil replica represents an ancient sea urchin that crawled along the seafloor, feeding on algae. Although they are rarely preserved, echinoderms that looked like this had long spines like the sea urchins of today. This fossil is great for learning about paleontology and fossil preservation.
- One Paleozoic Bivalve Fossil Replica (3cm) - This bivalve fossil replica looks like a shell you would find at the beach, but it is actually representative of an organism that lived millions of years ago. Bivalves are filter feeders that usually bury themselves underwater in the sand.
- One Mesozoic Fish Fossil Replica (4cm x 10cm) - 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 was buried in the ocean. The thin bones that make up the rays on the fish are easily recognizable, despite the disappearance of the fins themselves.
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