“Bringing The Past, Into the Future”

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Geological Superstore

“Bringing The Past, Into the Future”

Assorted Fish Remains study grade

£0.50

• Geological Age: Carboniferous period, coal measures, 316 to 307 million years old
• Location: Newsham, County Durham, UK
• Family: Fish
• Species: various

Various fossil remains of fish which lived during the Carboniferous period some 316 to 306 million years ago. The samples were found in the coal measure beds in Newsham, Durham, UK and exhibit various parts of fish which cannot be identified and are within a shale matrix, they will come supplied in a bag with a label.

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Assorted fish remains collected from the coal measures of Newsham, County Durham, dating back 307 to 316 million years ago during the Carboniferous period. The fish remains are of study grade and are preserved within paper shale, a very thinly laminated shale which splits into paper like sheets.

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Weight 20 g

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