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Levin Fossil Collection

Titanothere toe bone

A fossilized foot bone from a Titanothere (Rhino). The bone is from the Oligocene Period, about 35 million years ago. This specimen was left in the matrix as originally found. It was collected from the Chadron Formation of western Nebraska. The bone is 5 1/2" long, and 1 1/2" wide.

Ichthyodectes sp. Jaw

Cretaceous fish jaw from the Niobrara Chalk Formation, Logan County, Kansas.

Anogmius sp.

Cretaceous fish vertebra from the Niobrara Formation of Logan County, Kansas.

Macrocheira teglandi

Fossil crab claws from the Pysht Formation, Oligocene Period, and collected at Pysht, Washington.

Platyostoma cornutum

Gastropod collected from the Waldron Shale, Silurian Period at Newsom Station, Tennessee.