100 assorted shark teeth from Ernst Quarry near Bakersfield, California. Mostly mako, white, grey, dogfish, angel, basking and blacktip. May be others. Sizes range 1/8" - 1". $15.00 shipped. DM or check it out on eBay.
Beyond excited for tonight's shop update! Less than 1 hour to go! 7pm PST - and yasssss, there are going to be a couple mind blowing pieces like this magic. 💛🤤
. PS - this gorgeous Rainbow ring is by @tidepoollove 🌈 I love it soooo much!!
🙋🏼♂️🙋🏻♀️His and hers matching custom set by the one and only @nesdesigns. Had this matching mini made for @_carolinebak for her birthday/our anniversary!
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Not a demostration of bouldering, just explaining about sedimentary rocks at the entrance of Milodon Cave, my passion of life always being related with Guiding people in adventures, but with cool information.
Sin duda alguna una de las actividades que más disfruto es el poder transmitir el conocimiento a los más pequeños. Todo vale la pena cuando te abrazan y hacen comentarios como "gracias por venir a enseñar" o "ya se lo que quiero ser cuando sea grande". Mi objetivo es seguir trabajando fuertemente para inspirar y mostrar que los sueños pueden ir más allá de este mundo. .
Definitely teaching science to children is one of the activities that I like the most. Is worth it when they hug you and make comments like "thanks for come here and teach us" or "now I know what I want to be when I grow up". My goal is keep working hard to inspire, and show that their dreams can go beyond this world. 👦👧🚀🌍🇨🇴
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School of Rock giveaway!⠀
Here at School of Rock we have decided that we have just too many samples to keep track of! So for the next week we are offering you the chance to take this School of Rock Collectors Starter Pack off of our hands: and it couldn't be simpler to enter!
1. Make sure you're following @drrhcmadden⠀
2. Like this post, and tag up to five friends in the comments that you think would want to win this prize as well⠀
3. Share this post with #schoolofrockgiveaway⠀
4. If you want an extra entry into the prize draw then in 25 words or less tell us why you think you should win!
One lucky winner (from anywhere in the world) will be announced on Wednesday 22nd August, so get your entries in and you could be clearing a space on your shelves for these awesome specimens!⠀
Pregresión del amanecer en el grupo montañoso del Paine.
Hace 13 mill de años, una cámara magmática ubicada a mucha profundidad al oeste del parque, mandó un flujo de magma hacia la superficie aprovechando una falla tectónica. Pero el magna no llegó a la superficie (como lo haría un volcán), sino que se alojó a 2,7 km de profundidad, en una línea de debilidad entre las capas del suelo. Al enfriarse este magma se formó granito, el tipo de roca que podemos ver en las torres.
Con el paso del tiempo, 5 glaciaciones dieron forma a esta zona, erosionando el suelo y dejando al descubierto las inmensas paredes y torres que hoy podemos ver en el Parque Nacional Torres del Paine.
Petrified Forest National Park, Arizona | #Geology#GeologyPage#Arizona
Petrified Forest National Park is a United States national park in Navajo and Apache counties in northeastern Arizona.
Named for its large deposits of petrified wood, the fee area of the park covers about 170 square miles (440 square kilometers), encompassing semi-desert shrub steppe as well as highly eroded and colorful badlands.
There’s still quite a few rainbow fluorite towers looking for homes in my shop 😊🌈. Click the shop update collection to see the newly listed fluorites 💜. I hope that everyone is having a great evening 💫! Photo from @amazing_geologist posted on Facebook 📷 🌿
Kerið Volcanic Crater Lake | #Geology#GeologyPage#Volcano#Crater#Iceland
Kerið is a volcanic crater lake located in the Grímsnes area in south Iceland, along the Golden Circle. It is one of several crater lakes in the area, known as Iceland's Western Volcanic Zone, which includes the Reykjanes peninsula and the Langjökull Glacier, created as the land moved over a localized hotspot, but it is the one that has the most visually recognizable caldera still intact.