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RJB

I brought home a box of my Euypterids a couple of months ago and went through those today. I have most of my fossils on another property, (about 45 minutes away from where i live).   I now realize I have another box of those somewhere?  Whilst going through this box I run into another smaller box inside the bigger box..  I open it up.  What the heck?  Why did I put these with the Euryterids?  No wonder I can find anything!  Im so unorginized!  anyways, check this picture out.  Lots of Morrocan stuff and some gold plated sharks teeth and even some coral from indonesia.  Now what do i do.  Ha!!!  :)   How many peoples would love to have my problem? 

 

RB

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Kane

Wow... that's awesome

 

well, you can always name me in your will. I'll safeguard your fossil collection legacy as I just so happen to need to fill a space in my home with incredibly well-prepped crabs :P

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RJB

Nice try Kane, but I already have three grown boys, two of them into the fossils.  My youngest son already asked me if he could put 'Mr. Big' the Tumido onto one of his shelves.  I told him to wait till I croak.  Ha!  :)

 

RB

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Kane

Lol - always worth a try! And, yeah, if I recall from a thread you posted some while back, one of your boys was giving you a run for your money on finding ammos! The apple doesn't fall far...

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caldigger

And besides, the shipping to get all his stuff up to Canada would be astronomical.

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LordTrilobite

Those are some nice spinosaur teeth.

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Ptychodus04

And being apart
Ain't easy on this love affair
Two strangers learn to fall in love again
I get the joy of rediscovering you
Oh, girl, you stand by me
I'm forever yours
Faithfully

 

 

It's sometimes more exciting to rediscover a fossil than it is to discover it, especially when you've been looking for it for years since you moved. I did this with my Pleistocene deer antler.

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Pagurus

I'd like to see the gold-plated shark those teeth came from. :meganim:

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