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David in Japan

Hi guys,

How are you?

 

Just to let you know that I donated few fossils to 熊本市博物館 (Museum of Kumamoto city).

 

The fossils I donated  are a big nodule filled with danian ship worms from Amakusa Shimojima, a silurian piece of "coral" not yet identified from Yamatocho and my best (I won the FOTM contest with this beauty but its place belong to a museum as would say of famous archeologist ^_^ ) Santonian sea urchin found in Amakusa. 

 

The Urchin should be part of the permanent exhibition as soon as they make some place for it.

 

I will post pictures of the fossils I donated later after work.

 

 

David

 

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Wow that’s brilliant, well done lad. David any chance we can see some pictures of your donations they sound very interesting. Cheers Bobby 

 

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Fossildude19

Congratulations, David! 

Post them up in the proper format in the Gallery, and you can get your Paleo-Partner badge! ;) 

Well done, sir. :) 

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1 hour ago, Bobby Rico said:

Wow that’s brilliant, well done lad. David any chance we can see some pictures of your donations they sound very interesting. Cheers Bobby 

 

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8 hours ago, David in Japan said:

The Urchin should be part of the permanent exhibition as soon as they make some place for it.

Excellent! Hopefully, they find a place for it to be exhibited to the public soon--it's a really gorgeous fossil. When it makes an appearance at the museum, take a photo of the exhibit and add that here so we can all see it. :)

 

 

Cheers.

 

-Ken

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21 minutes ago, digit said:

Excellent! Hopefully, they find a place for it to be exhibited to the public soon--it's a really gorgeous fossil. When it makes an appearance at the museum, take a photo of the exhibit and add that here so we can all see it. :)

 

 

Cheers.

 

-Ken

 

 

You won't have to ask twice, I 'll do.

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