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Aquire your own fossils from the ones presented below. You can call in a credit/debit card order ($10 minimum).603-616-8907  
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Identify the fossil in the description line and include the suggested donation indicated below.

Watch a video of Steve Grohman talking about Fossils.


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Paul at Camarasaurus footprints near Moab, Utah.

Camarasaurus dinosaur bone

4in x 3in x 2in piece $30

Bone fragments are also available that are approximately 1/2 inch ($8) to 2 inches long ($15).

From a Camarasaurus unearthed in Colorado.

Triceratops bone fragment $10
The dinosaur was unearthed in Utah.

1/2 pound Triceratops bone fragment $30
Unearthed by Steve or Dana Grohman in Montana.

Carcharadon shark teeth

1 1/2 inches long $15

Spinosaurus dinosaur teeth from

1 1/2 inches long



Turritellas 4 inches long

(Petrified sea snail shells from France)




Ammonite from Morocco

These are beautifully polished ammonites that have been sliced in half.


Geodes  $7

 1 inch across
request blue or beige coloring

Mosasaur dinosaur tooth $25

Fossils on Display at the Seminar

You can see dinosaur footprints, eggs, teeth, claws, toenails, toe bone, foot bones and vertebrae up close!




Take the magnifying glass and look at many pieces of amber (petrified tree sap) and see dozens of insects inside them.

We have a wide variety of sea-life fossils including chalk, ammonites, orthoceras, blastoids, lobster, crab, starfish, urchins, coral, crinoids, baculites, nautiloids,  sea snails, clams, oysters, scallops, gastropods, mussels, trilobites brachiopods, and much more!
Ever seen a petrified  llama ankle, cave bear teeth, deer antler, mammoth teeth or whale vertebrae?  You can here.  We also have mammoth hair from Siberia and mammoth tusk from Alaska.



Here is a petrified chicken egg. 

There are also plant and insect fossils, which include figs, pine cones, larvae, wasp and beetles.  Don't miss the petrified prunes and bee hive.

Evolutionists say the trilobites and the coelacanths are our ancestors! 

Turtle egg and shell.

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