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Dinosaur Bone Jewelry, Coprolite Fossil Earrings, Necklaces

Genuine dinosaur bone fossil jewellery, as well as dino coprolite (aka dinosaur dung). Along with fossil necklaces, earrings & bracelets, I also carry key chains & purse charms. All are real fossilized bone & dung, much of it found in Utah. Own a piece of paleontology! 

Duck-Billed Dinosaur Earrings, Real Fossil Bone & Dino Charms

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Duck-Billed Dinosaur Earrings, Real Fossil Bone & Dino Charms

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Duck-billed dinosaur earrings, including real dinosaur bone fossils and silver-tone charms that look like Parasaurolophus (according to my resident paleontologist). 

Like other duck-billed dinosaurs (also known as hadrosaurs), Parasaurolophus is known for its ornate head crest, which almost certainly created interesting sounds. These dinos were herbivores (plant eaters) which roamed North America in the late Cretaceous period, up to 76 million years ago. While these charms depict them upright, they could also walk on all fours. Their first fossil was discovered in Alberta in 1922. You can learn more about these ancient animals here - the site includes a downloadable colouring page!

The dinosaur bone fossils were discovered in Utah, and are unlikely to be from Parasaurolophus (they are too small to identify the type), but they are definitely from dinosaurs. The tube shapes are about 1/3 of an inch (8 mm) long and are topped by smaller rondelles in the same brown and pale orange/red colour. 

The dinosaur charms are nearly 1 inch (2.2 cm) long, and are made of a silver-tone alloy which is lead and nickel free. All other metals are sterling silver, although you can substitute hypoallergenic surgical steel hooks at checkout if you wish. Each earring dangles about 1 2/3 inches (4.3 cm) from the bottom of the hooks. 

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