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I’ve finally put the last touches on the Paleozoic Shelf for my at-home fossil display, and I’m very happy with how it turned out. It includes fossils from every period of the Paleozoic Era, except the Permian (which has its own shelf). It’s not every Paleozoic fossil I own, but it’s a curated collection of some of the ones best suited for display. They fossils are roughly organized such that they get younger as you go left to right! The large artwork on the background is a print of a piece done by Rob Sula, depicting a Devonian scene.







Plus a better view of the Cambrian Explosion case:


I love curating my little museum, and I hope you all could get some enjoyment and inspiration out of this post!

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“The worse the country, the more tortured it is by water and wind, the more broken and carved, the more it attracts fossil hunters, who depend on the planet to open itself to us. We can only scratch away at what natural forces have brought to the surface.”
- Jack Horner

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I loved the collection; that eurypterid makes me feel envious, but in a positive way, haha. Thank you very much for sharing.

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