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Let's Investigate Fossils

Fossils inspire children’s imagination and excite young learners. They will delight in discovering and examining this set of eight attractive, realistic and tactile specimens, including ammonite, clam shell, fern leaf, preserved leaves, sea urchin, shark’s tooth, shrimp and trilobite. Made from a unique stone mix, they are robust enough to be used throughout an early years setting, both in an indoor and outdoor environment. Designed to fit snugly in small inquisitive hands (80-90mm), these fossils have huge

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