Fossil (Duck?) Bird Egg (090123a)


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Nearly Complete Fossil Bird (Duck?) Egg (090123a)

  • Species: Undetermined – Generally thought to be a species of Duck
  • Age: Oligocene – 30 million yrs
  • Formation: Brule Formation (White River Badlands)
  • Location: Converse County, Wyoming
  • One of the Truly Rarest Fossils from the Oligocene is a Complete,  Fossil Bird Egg
  • (*More Rare than a Saber-tooth Cat; More Rare than a T rex skeleton)
  • This Amazing  specimen has its original shape (which closely resembles a small chicken egg in size and shape), but has been compressed by ground pressures. 
  • Super Museum Specimen will come with  COA, and free USA shipping
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  • Price is …$1200.00

Additional information

Weight 3 lbs
Dimensions 12 × 9 × 8 in