Dinosaur Bone Fossils
Dinosaurs first appeared in the late Triassic. Everyone Knows what a Dinosaur is, but how many people owe a fossil from one!
Kem Kem Turtle/Crocodile & Eocene Phosphate fossil sets
A selection of Turtle, Dinosaur and Crocodile fossil sets, ideal for study. These include Carapace (Turtle shell), Crocodile Scute, Ribs, Skull bone.
Also available are Eocene Phosphate fossil sets from Morocco. Excellent way to learn and study, and very affordable too. These include Ray Palates, fish jaw bones and jaws, and shark/marine reptile teeth and bone sections.
North African Polished Dinosaur Bones
These are Rare Collector Grade Cretaceous age Sauropod bone cut and polished specimens from Morocco. This is a different strata and formation to the Kem Kem beds. This comes from Hait Hani, Meknes Tafilalet region. It belongs to Rebbachisaurus, a large sized Sauropod. Each piece of bone is perfectly polished to show the unique bone structure of a Sauropod compared to other types of dinosaurians, and is a good way to study the creatures at bone cell level. We have secured some more of this material, hopefully next year we can get a few more specimens.
These are ideal for Paperweights
Dinosaur Bone Slices from Jurassic USA