Pocket specimen box-Fossil series Pocket Curiosities ‧A total of 6 kinds of natural fossils in the whole series, each one is unique and worth collecting. ‧The styles are: shark needle-shaped teeth, shark crown-shaped teeth, ear-shaped teeth, chrysanthemum, variegated chrysanthemum and trilobite ‧Contains manuals and specimen boxes for easy storage of the beauty of fossils. https://5993.cyberbiz.tw/s/files/5993/ckeditor/pictures/content_1d948d6a-241c-4343-84c6-9a5f097eabd5.jpg Pocket Curiosities, named after the Cabinet of curiosities, Originated from the European Renaissance, cabinets for European collectors to display rare objects are not only for decoration, It is an important tool for collectors to respond to the wisdom of the people, understand the culture of exotic worlds, and explore unknown science. Collectors began to collect specimens of various types, not only in the fields of nature and geography, but also in the scope of ethnology and archeology. This trend became more and more intense and enduring, and became an important basis for early scientific and anthropological research. It can even be called the embryonic stage of museum development. https://5993.cyberbiz.tw/s/files/5993/ckeditor/pictures/content_7eed2a28-f21b-4591-96db-b3bd43592963.jpg "Fossils" generally refer to the bones, relics, or traces of life that remain in the sand. The most common are bones and shellfish. Pick a box of your destined specimen box. The contents include the fossil body, a color card made of a display box, and a beautiful brochure. We invite you to explore and collect the natural products in the mysterious specimen box together! https://5993.cyberbiz.tw/s/files/5993/ckeditor/pictures/content_cb16a42e-60c6-412f-9a9a-92ca57ef76ba.jpg Pick a box of your destined specimen box. The contents include the fossil body, a color card made of a display box, and a beautiful brochure. Mr. Sai Science Factory invites you to explore and collect the natural products in the mysterious specimen box together! Single box purchase-random shipment Full set of 6 into a set-all styles collected at once https://5993.cyberbiz.tw/s/files/5993/ckeditor/pictures/content_e143fae1-1be6-4267-b8f3-16fa51eaae0c.jpg Fossil display box completed size: 10*6.5*2.2cm https://5993.cyberbiz.tw/s/files/5993/ckeditor/pictures/content_4abf5a16-fb84-477c-96ee-aa9643dc602b.jpg https://5993.cyberbiz.tw/s/files/5993/ckeditor/pictures/content_bd7a5747-a03f-4173-ba79-8c9e2b34b4fd.jpg https://5993.cyberbiz.tw/s/files/5993/ckeditor/pictures/content_dc5409d2-ae3a-4f9c-8f55-26ee3043135b.jpg Shark Needle-shaped Tooth The sharp teeth are suitable for hunting fast prey, making it easier for them to catch fish and swallow them whole. The sharp-shaped teeth may come from Odontaspis, a genus of sand sharks https://5993.cyberbiz.tw/s/files/5993/ckeditor/pictures/content_c362d917-5245-4fbe-b6e1-1021703fc5cd.jpg Shark Crown Tooth The teeth are thin and flat, with sharp cutting edges and jagged edges. There may be two species, Squalicorax pristodontus and Squalicorax kaupi. https://5993.cyberbiz.tw/s/files/5993/ckeditor/pictures/content_b03145f7-0363-4c5e-b8a0-879c13f6a575.jpg Ear-shaped tooth Probably from Serratolamna is an extinct mackerel genus. These sharks ranged from the Cretaceous to the Eocene, from about 99.7 to 50.3 million years ago. https://5993.cyberbiz.tw/s/files/5993/ckeditor/pictures/content_98466da6-624f-4ed5-83a1-31a51f696c58.jpg Daisy Ammonoidea About 110 million years ago, the middle Cretaceous. These cephalopods have eyes, tentacles, and a spiral shell. Their shells are more closely related to living octopuses, although their shells are similar to nautilus shells. https://5993.cyberbiz.tw/s/files/5993/ckeditor/pictures/content_ce5379cd-39eb-466e-bd4f-ea948d56f997.jpg Amphite Filled with calcite crystals, it has been cut in half and polished to reveal all the details of the inner chamber. In rare cases, ammonium fossil shells have been mineralized, showing an amazing rainbow color. https://5993.cyberbiz.tw/s/files/5993/ckeditor/pictures/content_a486cfc2-09de-41a6-a37c-9a40fb3f1fb1.jpg Trilobite Trilobites are extinct marine arthropods. They first appeared in the fossil record of the Early Cambrian (521 million years ago), It went extinct during the Permian mass extinction (250 million years ago). Specifications: ► Size: Outer box 6.5*5*10cm; Completed fossil display box: 10*6.5*2.2cm ► Material: paper, fossil, double-sided tape, dispensing ► Made in: China Precautions: ► The contents contain fragile stones. Do not shake the box or drop the product hard ► The product contains small parts, do not swallow ► This is a 100% natural fossil, each slightly different. ► This product is box-drawing / box-playing.