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Sea Urchin Fossil - Polished

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  • Size: Approx 65mm.

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Brand CrystalAge
Model NumberFUR10
  
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ASINB007C2YA9Q
Best Sellers Rank 828,311 in Kitchen & Home (See top 100)
Shipping Weight141 g
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Date First Available22 Feb. 2012
  
 

Product Description

This sea urchin has been beautifully fossilised , preserving its distinctive five-petal pattern. Related to our ever-popular sand dollars, Sea Urchins are small spiny sea creatures found in oceans all over the world. Their spines fall away to create these pretty fossils. The earliest sea urchins appeared approximately 488 million years ago , making them a remarkably successful species. Its graceful patterns, round shape and soft sandy colour make this fossil a beautiful ornament and a great gift for anyone fascinated by marine life and natural history. Burrowing sea urchins belong to the order Clypeasteroida. Size: Approx 65mm.


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quite small and not as it looks, just looks like a small round stone. arrived quickly.
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