Bauxite Aluminum Ore - 10 Pieces of Unpolished Minerals
An aluminum ore, Bauxite is considered to be the main source of aluminum in the world. It is composed of a number of different minerals, including gibbsite, boehmite, diaspore, and the iron oxides geothite and haematite. It also contains small amounts of kaolinite, anatas, and ilmenite.
This is a quality specimen with a well developed clitellum. Also known as the nightcrawler. It is one of the largest species of earthworm and can burrow well over 8ft into the ground. These are easier to dissect than the smaller worms.
These reproduction (i.e., not real) eagle feet are some of the best quality on the market today. They are made using plastic resin and are then hand painted. We currently do not offer matching feet (left and right). The partially open foot spans 3", and weighs 1.9 oz.
This comes packed in a sturdy plastic jar, with identifying labels on it. The octopus has a distinct head with large, well developed eyes and brain. Cephlapoda sp. Preservative: Delta-Sol. Delta-Sol is a superlative holding fluid with safe, yet powerful fungicide properties. In addition, DeltaSol is an effective humectant. Using Delta-Sol ensures that your specimens stay moist, flexible, and mold-free. Wet-pac allows for convenient storage and re-using specimens.
Rare Fossil Dino Pac - Real Dinosaur Egg, Bone, and Dung Fossils with Info Cards, Geologic Timescale, and 4X Magnifier
Our Dino Pac comes with three rare dinosaur fossils, information cards (including a geologic timescale), and a magnifying lens. Dinosaur lovers will go wild over the authentic fossils, which include a piece of a dinosaur egg, a chunk of dinosaur bone, and a preserved piece of dino dung. Each sample is packaged with an info card in a plastic bag for safe and convenient storage. Makes a perfect inclusion to any geology curriculum from elementary school up to high school, and is also a great addition to any collection. Each pack is assembled in the United States.
Rocks and minerals form the backbone of earth science. This kit offers a comprehensive overview of rocks and minerals that are important to our understanding of how the earth was formed and developed. With 40 specimens in total (20 minerals, 20 rocks), students will be able to identify and compare geologic samples from a wide variety of environments. This kit contains rocks from the inside of volcanoes, from the bottom of the sea floor, from deep within the earth's crust and more. This kit contains 40 numbered specimens and a specimen key.