Fossil Hunter Fundraising Kit
Fossil Hunter is a brand new fundraising activity for 2012
Become a real palaeontologist by digging for real fossils in gravel.
There are 11 different fossil types to collect with ages ranging from
400 to 23 million years.
For each go, fossil hunters keep 6-7 fossils plus identification card.
Kits include the following:
- Fossil specimens
- A5 Fossil identification cards with timescale
- A5 polygrip bags for the ID cards and the fossils.
- Gravel & Tray
- Magnifying lens
£65 - 330 fossils, 50 Fossil ID Cards, 50 polygrip bags, gravel, 2 trays, 2 tweezers, 2 magnifying lenses.
Profit at £1.50 per go = £10, Profit at £2.00 a go = £35
£120 - 660 fossil, 100 Fossil ID Cards, 100 polygrip bags, gravel, 2 trays, 4 tweezers, 4 magnifying lenses.
Profit at £1.50 a go = £30, Profit at £2.00 a go = £80.
Prices includes postage.
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50 Fossil Hunter ID Cards - Refill Pack
Card Size: A5
A pack of 50 Junior Geo Fossil Hunter identification cards.
Also includes 50 clear polygrip bags.
The cards are A5 and fit inside the polygrip bags along with the fossils that are found.
Can be used to re-fill your fossil hunter kit.
Credit card size hand lens
8.5 x 5.5 cms
These handy credit-card sized hand lenses are ideal for looking at the details preserved in your fossil finds.
They come with a protective sleeve.
Agate Gastropod Fossils (20)
Approx Size: 3cms
A bag of cretaceous gastropods and bivalves from Morocco.
These are well preserved and the gastropods have ornamental shell structures.
Typical contents: 20 pieces.
Fossil Sand shark teeth (50)
length: 2-4 cm
A bag of approx 50 pointed fossil sand shark teeth points.
These are about 50 million years old and come from Morocco.
Mixed Fossil fragments
A bag of mixed Paleogene fossil fragments from Morocco, ranging in age from 65- 23 million years.
Average contents: 60 pieces of fossil fragments.
The size does vary but individaul pieces are not normall smaller than 1.5 cms and cam be as large as 5 cms.
The pack mostly contains fragments of fossil sting ray teeth and tail spines but shark and fish vertebrae are quite common too. These packs also contain some sea snake vertebrae and you can also find fossil mosasaur teeth too.
- Sting ray teeth and spines
- Sea snake vertebrae
- Mosasur teeth
- Shark vertebrae
Fossil Crow shark teeth (30)
Approx: 2.5-3 cms
A bag of approximately 30 fossil Crow Shark teeth from Morocco.
They are from the Paelogene (23-65 million years old).
Teeth vary in size between 2.5-3.00 cms.
Size: 10-20 mm diameter
A bag containing aproximately 50 small fossilised cretaceous ammointes from Morocco.
These fossils are made of the mineral heamatite (iron oxide).
Typical size is between 1 and 2 cms in diameter.