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Coelacanth Cutting Board

Coelacanth Cutting Board

For over 400 million years, Coelacanths have quietly stalked the world's oceans, living fossils that have remained unchanged since the ancient Devonian Age of Fishes. They were thought extinct until a fresh specimen was discovered in 1938 by museum curator Marjorie Courtenay-Latimer.

Designed here at Mini Museum, this acacia wood cutting board features a laser-etched relief of a Coelacanth fossil. The 240,000,000-year-old fossil first appeared in the Fifth Edition Collection. We loved it so much that we 3D scanned the original fossil and crafted a design that would make for a wonderful conversation piece. The original specimen was recovered from the Middle Sankamena Formation in Madagascar. The board also comes with a large informational display card with a print of the original Coelacanth fossil.

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