Jewelery of millions of years old

Cute kettles and chain hangers of fossil ammonites, shark teeth or sea urchins Read more.

Ammonites were a group of mollusks living in the sea, which includes the current squid. Today these animals have their s...

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Ammonites were a group of mollusks living in the sea, which includes the current squid. Today these animals have their s...

EUR 19,95

Ammonites were a group of mollusks living in the sea, which includes the current squid. Today these animals have their s...

EUR 19,95

Ammonites were a group of mollusks living in the sea, which includes the current squid. Today these animals have their s...

EUR 19,95

Ammonites were a group of mollusks living in the sea, which includes the current squid. Today these animals have their s...

EUR 19,95

Nice shark tooth necklace from the extinct Cosmopolitodus hastalis shark that lived in the Miocene.

EUR 19,95

These ammonites were found in Germany in the town of Buttenheim. The golden brown layer on this ammonite is caused by py...

EUR 19,95

Nice necklace pendants of fossil remains that are millions of years old!

What are fossils?

Fossils are the remains of animals or plants that have been preserved in rocks. Also residues that are petrified or printings from plants and animals are considered fossils.

history of the Earth

Fossils are very important for scientists when it comes to the evolution of the earth. Fossils provide a good insight into the development of life on our planet. It also helps with examining animal and plant species that have been extinct. Collecting fossils is very popular around the world and a nice way to own a piece of Earth history.

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