I have a bivalve, a couple of pieces of petrified wood, a large slab of rock containing all manner of inverts (all local), a Deltadromeus tooth, a mosasaur tooth, a trilobite, a (Jurassic?) shark's tooth 7 a small fish (all imported). When I was about eight or so, I used to dig anemones and bivalves out of the large slab, but it now resides in the garden and I'm considering donating it to the local museum because they'll get more enjoyment out of it than me, as I don't know how to properly extract the fossils. Photos later.
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Any of you guys know some good fossil dealer websites with affordable prices? Griffin if you're reading this, how much did your Spino tooth cost?
$20. I think spino teeth can come cheaper than that though. I actually bought it at a reptile show. I went with a pocket full of cash but at the time didn't have the space for any new "family members" so I decided to blow it on something cool and not living before the temptation could take over. Impulse buying of a pet = big no no.