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Permian Fossil Cluster 3.03" Xenacanthus

Permian Fossil Cluster 3.03" Xenacanthus

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This incredible matrix fossil cluster contains Permian Period material that is estimated to be 286,000,000 years old. This chapter in life's evolutionary history marked the rise of amniotes, egg-laying animals that came to dominate the surface of the Earth long before the dinosaurs.

This specimen is a 3.03" cluster of Permian material recovered on private land in Archer County, Texas. It contains fossil teeth and spines from Xenacanthus, a prehistoric freshwater fish around 3 feet in length.

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