Domain: gtlsys.com

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fake trilobites
I have been to Morrocco many times and purchased trilobites that look good but are not real. There is a factory-cottage industry-in Marrakesh that makes ...
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microscope questions
Apr 1, 2005 ... re: crestor hydrocodone 15:09:38 7/03/05 (0). Re: microscope questions Joseph 16:11:30 4/01/05 (1). Re: microscope questions jpc 17:33:19 ...
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Collecting Fossils in California
Directions to excellent fossil collection sites. Great outdoors family fun! Tips, history, beautiful images and more. Go and visit!
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New Zealand Black Nephrite Jade
Re: New Zealand Black Nephrite Jade Hoyt Watts 13:28:03 4/10/06 (0). Re: New Zealand Black Nephrite Jade RB 13:56:46 12/18/04 (0) ...
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egg fossil
Re: egg fossil Gerardo Perez Reveles 09:18:27 11/01/98 (0). Re: egg fossil Les 05:50:49 9/27/98 (0). Re: egg fossil Art Berggreen 14:10:24 9/24/98 (0) ...
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Re: egg fossil
Looks like an egg to me, but I am not expert in this type of fossils. If you provide more info, specially on the geological details of the area you found it ...
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Re: Photo of tooth
Jan 10, 2007 ... It is called Cretoxyrhina mantelli (Also known as the Ginsu Shark) By the way, thanks for the help posting a photo. ...
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Collecting Fossils in California
Directions to excellent fossil collection sites. Great outdoors family fun! Tips, history, beautiful images and more. Go and visit!
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Re: Bone Valley Shark Teeth/Peace River
In Reply to: Re: Bone Valley Shark Teeth/Peace River posted by Bob on December 13, 2005 at 14:42:44: Hi Bob. Sorry about not responding. ...
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a report on Sand dollars
Sep 26, 1998 ... The sand dollar likes to mainly feed on small worms and algae. The sand dollars eat the food by consuming it on the underside of itself, ...
 
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