Monthly Archives: November 2001

  1. November 29, 2001

    What You Need to Know About Trilobites in the Paleozoic Era

    Today, trilobites exist only in the form of fossil. It is classified as a form of early arthropod. When we talk about Paleozoic era, it represents a geographical time period having a few characteristics. This time period sets it apart from others. In the Paleozoic period, life exploded into animal form marking the beginning of this era. It was an era in the Cambrian period and the prolific arthropod became the signpost for the era. If you take a close look at the trilobites, it reveals certain familiarity with modern-day species known to us.

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  2. November 29, 2001

    T-rex: One of the Largest Dinosaurs That Ever Lived

    We all know about T-rex (Tyrannosaurus rex), one of the largest dinosaurs ever lived on this planet. It is highly popular due to its size, strength and nature. It was the biggest and probably a fierce carnivore that was about 40 feet long. It had large bone crunching teeth and a massive body balanced by a long & heavy tail. The shape of its teeth was like the size of bananas. When it comes to head and jaws, they were proportionately big and strong. We think, size alone is not the whole story behind its popularity. Their feeding strategies, behavior and bite force made them the most terrifying predator of that time. These dinosaurs went extinct, million years ago and today, we have only their fossilized teeth collected from different parts of the world. We have dinosaur teeth for sale. If you want to buy them, explore our Tyrannosaurus rex (T-Rex) catalog.

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  3. November 29, 2001

    Things You Want to Know About Fossil Formation

    Fossils are one of the best ways to learn about the past living organisms. They are considered as the record of ancient planet and animal existence. Permineralization is the most common process of preserving the organic remains of a previous time. According to the scientists, almost all living organisms can abdicate fossils, but normally the hard parts of animals and plants fossilize. The decay process includes soft organs, skin, muscle, and other soft internal organs. Teeth and other bones are good candidates for fossilization.

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  4. November 29, 2001

    Hunting Strategy of the Great White Shark

    Sharks are considered as the barbaric hunters of the ocean. Among all, the great white shark is known as the apex predator that rarely misses the intended prey. Although, we all have seen their nature and appetite for human preys in many Hollywood movies, in fact, they don’t deserve the reputation of hunting humans. Today, a number of researchers are studying the behavior and natural habits of great whites. Great whites are popular for their powerful jaws and rows of serrated teeth. However, their large size may have made them vulnerable to extinction and today we have added a huge number of fossilized great white shark tooth collected from various parts of the world.

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  5. November 29, 2001

    What the Paleontologists Say about Real Spinosaurus

    Spinosaurus is the world’s most popular meat-eating dinosaur that had a stunning sail and crocodile like lifestyle. According a recent research report, they had a semiaquatic lifestyle. Researchers found that, Spinosaurus may have spent more time submerged in the rivers than stomping on dry land. Their anatomical features are the evidence of this nature. This species went extinct near about ninety million years ago and today, we have only their fossilized teeth as reminiscence of these dinosaurs that lived a long time ago.

    We have a number of catalogs showing finest quality dinosaur teeth for sale. You can check out our Spinosaurus category to shop top quality teeth and hand claw at affordable prices.

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  6. November 29, 2001

    Great White Shark Tooth Collected from Chile

    We all know more or less about the greatest predator of the ocean. Yes, this Shark and its biggest weapon is the mouth. When it comes to the great white shark, its mouth is highly effective and vital like the fins and other sense organs. Teeth and jaws are the two most effective elements of a great white mouth. The great white shark tooth look like the teeth of the land predators. Their teeth have very sharp points that cut meat into pieces. They are exclusively carnivores and don’t need any grinders to chew the plant matter.

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  7. November 29, 2001

    Megalodon Shark Teeth Collected from South Carolina

    The Megalodon was a massive and huge shark species that would put modern day sea predators to shame. This genus of underwater predator was not one to mess with, but they are now extinct. They deserve to be respected. Megalodon lived globally, especially in the warm oceans and became extinct at the end of the Pliocene. People and researchers have been finding fossil shark teeth throughout history. During the middle age, the Europeans thought the fossilized teeth were "tongue stones" of dragons and snakes. They were using those Megalodon shark teeth as pendants. They were also used in medicines. Some Native Americans used them as necklaces, even tools like scrapers.

    According to estimates, the body size of a Megalodon was around 60 feet and the average size was 33 feet. Their tooth size was over 7 inches and more common size is between 3 and 5 inches.

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  8. November 29, 2001

    Giant Megalodon Shark Teeth Collected from Georgia

    Sharks are bloody, starcarcinogenic and absolutely an incredible creature. The Megalodon was probably the most terrifying shark that existed in the prehistoric time. This is an extinct species of shark stretching nearly 60 feet and three times as long as the great white. If you really want to feel their size and nature, buy their fossilized teeth. Megalodon shark teeth were 7 inches long whereas great white shark teeth are only about 3 inches long. There is no exact information available regarding the extinction of Megalodon shark. The subject still remains under examination over the years.

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  9. November 29, 2001

    Trilobite Fossils Collected from Morocco

    Trilobites went entirely extinct at the end of the Permian period. During this period all species of trilobites were extinguished and the pattern of decline for trilobites had been apparent since the end of the Ordovician. Towards the end of the Devonian period, Phacopidae went extinct and all of the orders had gone barren, except the Proetida. This order prevailed into the Carboniferous. Today, these trilobites considered as buries treasures and we have a huge number of beautifully created Moroccan trilobites for sale. They were copious during the Paleozoic period, but went extinct at the end of the era.

    We have different catalogs of these popular fossils. We have also fixed an affordable price for each one of our fossils. Let’s have a look at some of the highly popular trilobites available in our catalog.

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  10. November 29, 2001

    Enjoy a collector’s delight with gathering of Megalodon shark teeth

    The shark is an image of both magnificence and threat, and has been since humanity took their first treks into sea waters. A shark has a grin few can overlook. The Megalodon shark teeth are not connected deep down of the jaw, but rather are really inserted in the dental layer. Dissimilar to people, sharks shed their teeth ceaselessly all through their lifetime. Like a carpet lift, they are advanced so that the shark is never without, in light of the fact that being without teeth would parallel passing for the creature. The turnover for a tooth speaks the truth like clockwork, and for an extraordinary white shark generally sheds each one hundred to two hundred and thirty days, contingent upon the age of the shark.

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