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Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom

Today marks the 25th anniversary of the original Jurassic Park! The Singapore Fossil Collectors Group organised our first ever movie screening last Saturday of the latest installment of the franchise – Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, and were delighted to see … Continue reading

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The Fossil Collector on Hello Singapore

Thank you 狮城有约 for the feature!  

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Dinosaurs at SJCK

Last week, we were invited to St. James’ Church Kindergarten to deliver a learning journey on prehistoric life. The cohort of 200 kindergarten two students discussed different types of rocks, deep time, the fossilization process, ancient climate systems, and even continental … Continue reading

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Full Plesiosaur for sale

  The plesiosaur (Greekˌ πλησίος/plesios; “near to; Sauria”) is a genus of sea reptile from the Late Cretaceous, 90 million years ago.  The first skeleton was named by Edward Cope, who erroneously connected the skull to the tail. This was … Continue reading

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10 awesome exhibits from Treasures of the Natural World

  The Natural History Museum in London is the custodian of one of the most scientifically-significant natural history collections in the world. Within its treasured building, the Museum looks after 80 million specimens among a wealth of objects that help scientists understand … Continue reading

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African T-Rex jaw for sale

Carcharodontosaurus (Greekˌkɑːrkəroʊˌdɒntoʊˈsɔːrəs/karcharo (“jagged”) existed between 100 and 94 million years ago, during the Cenomanian stages of the mid-Cretaceous Period 110 to 93 million years ago. Originally called Megalosaurus saharicus, Ernst Stromer von Reichenbach renamed it after the shark genus Carcharodon. This … Continue reading

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Introducing… Dilbert the Dimetrodon

Few animals are as iconic and mysterious as the Dimetrodon. Often mistaken for a dinosaur, Dimetrodon was actually a primitive synapsid – also known as pelycosaur – that pre-dated the earliest dinosaurs by 50 million years. This prehistoric “mammal-like reptile” is more … Continue reading

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Paleontology talk at MMI Bukit Batok Civil Service Club

Singapore Fossil Collectors was recently invited to Modern Montessori International (MMI) Pre-school and Childcare Centre at the Bukit Batok Civil Service Club to conduct an educational talk about paleontology for their ‘Funtastic Friday’. The children were extremely well-behaved and listened … Continue reading

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School’s out!

  Singapore Fossil Collectors was invited to collaborate with Mr Bottle once again, to exhibit and speak at Great World City’s Dinosaur Escapade from 17 – 26 June 2016. Over the fortnight, we displayed a wide range of authentic fossils, … Continue reading

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Exclusive interview: Fossil preparation

Every serious collector of fossils will at some point have found herself either trying to remove a fossil from its matrix, repair a broken fossil, stabilize, restore, or polish a specimen to improve its appearance. When getting help from one of the very … Continue reading

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