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Become a Paleontologist! Dig for REAL fossils that are millions of years old!

In this simulation of a real paleontology fossil dig, children dig for a fossilized shark tooth, brachiopod shell, amnonite shell, and "squid" shell. These real -millions of years old- fossils are enclosed in a cool "brick" and are revealed by using the supplied scraping and brush tools (similar to what real paleontologists use). Young paleontologists then take a closer look at these fossils with the enclosed magnifying glass and learn fascinating details about each fossil using the provided fun fact sheet. The easy-to-open tube also serves as a display case for the discovered fossils which can then be treasured for many years to come. DIG REAL FOSSILS is an exciting and fascinating introduction to paleontology and is sure to be a sensation with children of all ages!

Recommended for ages 5 and up.


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