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The Dinosaur Invasion offers a realistic look into the the prehistoric world, allowing visitors to experience what life was like millions of years ago.  A scavenger hunt will be iffered to find these amazing creatures who roamed the earth.

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Windows On The Past: 7 Amazing Creatures Preserved In Amber

While amber is not a true stone/mineral, it is an amazing find! A lizard trapped in amber.

Colorful fossilized coral, from Indonesia. This material is often drab or monotone, so good, solid pieces with strong hues are few and far between. This one has rich coloration, One can clearly see the stone's unmistakeable one-of-a-kind pattern of flower-like starbursts. Hence the name 'flowers of the sea', as it is sometimes known. The stone is actually composed of the highly silicated fossil remains of colonial sea coral, many millions of years old! 58x24mm/56 carats

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"Hidden along the Caribbean coast is one of the most spectacular Bioluminescent Bays in the world. The mysterious blue-green light is created by micro-organisms which thrive in an environment uniquely suited to their needs.

Opalized Ammonite, under 254nm fluorescence Unknown location

Image Source: Google Images Horseshoe crabs are among the well-known ‘living fossil’ class because of the fact that they have remained unchanged for the duration of their amazing 445 million years on the planet Earth! They sure are a stubborn bunch!

Sinosauropteryx: The first genus of dinosaur outside of Avialae (birds and their immediate relatives) to be found with evidence of feathers. Which can be seen clearly in this gorgeous fossil.

Pterodactyl fossil. Have you ever really wondered in what way an extinct animal or bird is a proof of evolution? What about those who didn't go extinct and still roam the Earth today essentially unchanged?

Blue Eyris Pearls - Pearls from the sea creatures known as abalone are incredibly rare. They cannot be cultured like the pearls from mussels and oysters; abalone are all hemophiliacs. They bleed to death when injected with a nucleus.