ANCIENT HISTORY PRESERVED
Fossils give us a picture of life
30-100 million years ago . . .
the age of the dinosaurs and mastodons,
ancient ferns and conifers . . .
when oceans covered the continents,
and creatures crawled the depths:
ammonites, crinoids and
fishes that led to the evolution of man.
Fossil hunters gather at conventions (shown here)
and uncover exquisite detail of
our ancestral origins . . .
clues to our earliest forms of life.
Imagine finding a mastodon femur
in your front yard (like this hobbiest did.)