NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC Mega Fossil Dig Kit – Excavate 15 real fossils including Dinosaur Bones, Mosasaur & Shark Teeth – Great STEM Science gift for Paleontology and Archeology enthusiasts of any age
(as of Feb 14,2020 17:59:18 UTC – Details)
With National Geographic, kids learn all about earth science with this hands on digging activity. The Mega Fossil Mine dig includes archeological tools and a digging site filled with 15 genuine fossil treasures just waiting to be unearthed.
Each of these real fossils are millions of years old! Identify each one and learn about their formation with our fascinating and detailed learning guide.
This science kit includes:
– Large dig brick containing 15 ancient fossils
– Learning guide
– Archeological digging tools
– magnifying glass.
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DIG UP REAL DINOSAUR FOSSILS that are millions of years old! Dig for dinosaurs, sharks, brachiopods, mosasaurs, ammonites and more!
EXPLORE PALEONTOLOGY using the tools of the trade, chisel, brush and magnifying glass, to excavate incredible real fossils
16-PAGE LEARNING GUIDE illustrates how fossils are formed and helps young scientists identify each specimen as it’s discovered
A COMPLETE LEARNING ACTIVITY that includes a dig brick packed with dinosaur fossils, a chisel, a brush and a magnifying glass; everything needed to guarantee kids keep digging for hours
100% SATISFACTION GUARANTEED – For 129 years, National Geographic has provided fascinating and fun educational opportunities to aspiring scientists around the world.