Fossil Collecting

  1. August 09, 2021

    5 Surviving Facts about Rare Trilobites Fossils That Every Fossil Enthusiast Should Know

    540 million years ago, there were trilobites, one of the biggest marine population with the most species back then that kept dotting the ocean floors for the next 270 million years before their existence came to an end. These 270 million were their era of glory when they survived, thrived, and eventually turned into rare trilobite fossils that continue to excite fossil enthusiasts.

    Trilobites get their name from the Latin language where tri-lob-ite means three part body that are cephalon, thorax, and pygidium. In case you’re someone who loves knowing about fossils and their deep secrets, trilobites can be a great choice. They offer everything a fossil enthusiast looks for.

    Here are 5 interesting facts about these rare trilobites that will leave you surprised:

    1. There are more than 20,000 recorded species

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  2. August 05, 2020

    A Guide to Taking Proper Care of Your Fossil Collection

    The first thing you worry about after bringing home shark teeth is probably how to care for it so that this prized possession of yours does not lose its beauty over the coming years. The thought of caring for something that used to be a part of a magnificent creature that prowled the ocean waters once upon the time does seem a tad intimidating, but honestly, it is not as hard as it seems. By cleaning your shark teeth fossil you get to preserve it for a long time.

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