Learn about Fossils and Minerals
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As educators, we we want nothing more than for you to become as passionate as us about fossils, minerals, and the the earth and life sciences!
This educational section includes further details about the specimens on the site as well as unique content on the topics of paleontology, geology and evolutionary biology. We also continue to scour the web to find superb pages that can enhance your learning experience.
Find out about the fascinating geochemical processes underlying the the pyritization of fossils.
Learn about super rare pyritized trilobites with legs, antennae, and soft body parts.
Some of the most unique marine fossils come from Lebanon. Discover what creatures come from the famous deposits in Lebanon.
Discover how volcanic activity and flooding can lead to entire petrified forests.
Fossilized insects are very rare. Find out about the special formations where fossil insects have been found.
Ammonites are prehistoric relatives of squid that lived in coiled shells - some species grew to 3 metres! Learn more about ammonites.
Trilobites are one of the most diverse groups of animals that ever lived. Some even had curvy spines. Learn about trilobite fossils here.
Visit this page to learn about labradorite, a staggeringly beautiful mineral with unique optical properties.
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