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Fossil Fish

These Fossil Fish belonged to the extinct genus Knightia, which were related to herring and sardines.  They lived in freshwater lakes and rivers during the Eocene epoch, about 50 million years ago.   They were a bony fish with heavy scales and small conical teeth. 

Knightia is the state fossil of Wyoming.  The slabs containing these fossils consist of fine-grained limestone sediments from the Green River Formation in southwestern Wyoming.

Fish Fossil

Fossil Fish (A)
Slab:   5.3" x 3" x 0.3"
Fish Fossil:   4.25" x 1.4"
$22.00
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Fossil Fish (B)
Slab:   3.3" x 2.3" x 0.25"
Fish Fossil:   2.5" x 0.6"
$22.00
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(On this page, you will receive the exact specimen shown in each photo.)

 

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Fossil Fish (C)
Slab:   3.5" x 2" x 0.6"
Fish Fossil:   2.8" x 0.65"
$22.00
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Fossil Fish (D)
Slab:   4.25" x 3.75" x 0.5"
Fish Fossil:   2.8" x 0.75"
$24.00
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Fossil Fish (E)
Slab:   4.5" x 2.5" x 0.5"
Fish Fossil:   3.25" x 1"
$24.00
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Fossil Fish (F)
Slab:   4.75" x 2.5" x 0.35"
Fish Fossil:   3.25" x 0.85"
$22.00
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(On this page, you will receive the exact specimen shown in each photo.)

 

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Fossil Fish (G)
Slab:   3.6" x 2.1" x 0.3"
Fish Fossil:   2.75" x 0.75"
$22.00
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Fossil Fish (H)
Slab:   3.4" x 2" x 0.3"
Fish Fossil:   3" x 0.7"
$22.00
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Fossil Fish (I)
Slab:   5.8" x 4.3" x 0.3"
Fish Fossil:   4.3" x 1.5"
$30.00
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Fossil Fish (J)
Slab:   3.8" x 2.7" x 0.7"
Fish Fossil:   3.25" x 1"
$22.00
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(On this page, you will receive the exact specimen shown in each photo.)

 

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Fossil Fish (K)
Slab:   4" x 3" x 0.4
Fish Fossil:   2.75" x 0.8"
$22.00
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Fish Fossil

Fossil Fish (L)
Slab:   5" x 2.25" x 0.6"
Fish Fossil:   3.5" x 1.1"
$25.00
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Fossil Fish (M)
Slab:   4.25" x 3" x 0.5"
Fish Fossil:   2.65" x 0.6"
$22.00
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Fossil Fish (N)
Slab:   4.75" x 3" x 0.5"
Fish Fossil:   3.6" x 1.2"
$26.00
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(On this page, you will receive the exact specimen shown in each photo.)

 

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Fossil Fish (O)
Slab:   3.7" x 2.3" x 0.3"
Fish Fossil:   3.2" x 0.75"
$22.00
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Fossil Fish (P)
Slab (1):   5.75" x 4" x 1"        Slab (2):   5.85" x 4" x 0.5"
Fossil Half (1):   4.5" x 1.2"        Fossil Half (2):   4.75" x 1.2"

Both halves of the same fossil!
Please note that Fossil Half #2 (on the right) was broken, then glued back together.

$75.00 (for both halves)       Add to Cart

Here's what Fossil (P) looks like with both halves fit together:

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  (On this page, you will receive the exact specimen shown in each photo.)

 

 

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Fossil Fish (Q)
Slab:   4" x 2.5" x 0.3"
Fish Fossil:   3" x 0.65"
$22.00
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Fish Fossil

Fossil Fish (R)
Slab:   4.75" x 2.75" x 0.35"
Fish Fossil:   2.75" x 0.75"
$22.00
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How Do Fossils Form?

Most animals and plants don't turn into fossils after they die.  Conditions have to be just right, including rapid burial by sediments.  The sea floor is an ideal environment for fossilization, which is why so many fossils are marine creatures.

After a marine organism dies, it sinks to the sea floor, where it gets buried by sediments like mud and sand that fall from the ocean above.  The remains eventually decay, leaving only the skeleton, and accumulating pressure turns the surrounding sediments into rock.  Over time, water seeps through the rock and dissolves the skeleton, leaving behind an empty cavity or mold that preserves the original shape.

Over time, water rich in minerals seeps into the cavity, and the minerals crystallize to fill the cavity and form a cast.  Millions of years later, geologic forces bring the fossil-containing rock to the earth's surface, where it may be eroded by wind and rain, exposing the fossil to discovery.


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