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Mega Fossil Mine – Dig Up 15 Real Fossils with National Geographic


  MSRP: $29.99



  • EXCAVATE REAL FOSSILS – Become a paleontologist and start a rock and fossil collection when you dig up 15 million-year-old fossils!

  • REAL DINOSAUR SPECIMEN – Dig out a real dinosaur bone! Other fossils you’ll find include an ammonite, coral, mosasaur tooth, coprolite and more

  • WORLD CLASS SCIENCE KIT – Dig out your fossils and then learn about each specimen with our learning guide that’s full of colorful photos and facts

  • GREAT HOMESCHOOL ACTIVITY – Let National Geographic, the leader in science education, take your child on an educational STEM adventure

  • RESPECTED QUALITY – Providing children with the best educational toys, this kit comes with National Geographic’s 100% satisfaction guarantee

Premium Fossils to Inspire Any Young Scientist!

With National Geographic, kids learn all about earth science with this hands on digging activity.

The Mega Fossil Mine dig includes archeological tools and a digging site filled with 15 genuine fossil treasures just waiting to be unearthed. Each of these real fossils are millions of years old! Identify each one and learn about their formation with our fascinating and detailed learning guide.


This science kit includes: Large dig brick containing 15 ancient fossils, learning guide, archeological digging tools, and magnifying glass.


Get the Mega Fossil Mine today and join National Geographic as we inspire future generations with a passion for nature and science. National Geographic Toys is proud to provide a 100% satisfaction guarantee with all our products so that you can buy with confidence.


About the National Geographic Society

With a mission to inspire people to care about the planet, the 126-year-old National Geographic Society is one of the world’s largest nonprofit scientific and educational organizations. National Geographic’s net proceeds support vital exploration, conservation, research, and education programs.

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