Fossilized Bat Skeleton Plaque Replica

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Early Eocene Mammal.

One of the rarest events in paleontology is finding a fossilized bat skeleton. The small, thread-like bones don't lend themselves to fossilization. That's why the discovery of the Green River bat skeleton in Wyoming was such a huge event. This is the oldest known bat fossil in the world and is beautifully preserved. Create a hands-on interactive project by inviting kids to place paper over the plaque and gently rub with pencils or crayons to magically expose the image. You can see the full skeleton, cartilage and wing membranes. A perfect replica of the real thing. Measures 3" tall by 6" wide.

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