Monthly Archives: December 2019

  1. December 26, 2019

    When You’re Buying a Megalodon Tooth for the First Time

    Buying a megalodon tooth could be overwhelming. With the availability of different grades, colors, sizes, and shapes, it becomes difficult to pick first ever tooth for a collection. Plenty of thoughts, like whether the deal is good or not, or will you get the value of spend; stuff your mind with doubts.

    It’s not a new fact that Megalodon teeth are extremely expensive. And, why not? The world’s largest beast that ever lived is not extinct. With the unavailability of Megalodon shark’s skeleton in a preserved state, teeth and cartilage are only sources left to understand and learn about this species.

    If you’re finding it difficult to figure out how to shop for a Megalodon tooth, the following points will help to keep all confusions away.

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  2. December 19, 2019

    Could Forest Fires Be the Reason for Pine Cone Tree Evolution? 

    Sitting pretty on your Christmassy mantel is a perky little pine cone accentuating the winter-themed drawing room with its presence. Must-have accessories for Christmas parties, pine cones are no stranger to extreme weather conditions. However, according to some scientists, the rough and tough nature of our pretty little pine cones could be because of raging wildfires burning down forests in the Jurassic Age. If you’re wondering where to buy large pine cones that have stood the test of time, fossilizing itself through the passing centuries, we may have a collection of pre-historic pine cones to add to your collection.

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