Dinosaur lovers will be more than impressed as they add real dinosaur bone fossils to their collections. You'll find petrified wood that is tens of thousands of years old, fossils from ancient seas, and obsidian that once flowed as molten lava from deep within the Earth!
Excavating Adventures Extreme kits are designed to add ten new specimens to your collections and are geared toward the most avid of collectors. Your Dinosaur Discovery excavation comes in a super cool container and is loaded with our biggest and best specimens.
Once you excavate your ten new specimens, you can store them in the provided storage case. You will receive ten awesome trading cards that tell you fun facts and information about each specimen and a binder sheet is also included to store and display your trading cards.
A display box is provided for your best specimen and an identification card is also included to help identify your discoveries. A mystery item, passport sticker, and Excavating Adventures sticker are some of the other fun things you will discover in your Excavating Adventures Extreme kit.
Begin your awesome Dinosaur Discovery excavation today!
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IMPORTANT: If you are considering an Excavating Adventures Extreme subscription, please be aware that the kits ship in a sequence. To avoid the recipient of the subscription receiving a duplicate, please do not purchase an individual kit for anyone that you anticipate receiving an Excavating Adventures Extreme subscription.
Contains small items - Not intended for young children - Keep away from pets - Designed for ages 6 and up - Pictures are representations of what you will receive and are used for illustrative purposes only – Cards and specific excavations will vary.
Kyanite is a metamorphic mineral that most often forms from the high pressure alteration of clay-rich sedimentary rocks.
Dinosaur Discovery Specimen Log