On Saturday we attended the Bakewell Fossil Show and as per previous years it was well organized and well attended. It was nice to catch up with old friends and to make some new ones. As usual, there was a diverse array of fossils available (in addition to minerals, crystals, meteorites, etc.) and we were lucky enough to pick up a few choice specimens, including a very nice mammoth tooth and a substantial iguanotontid dinosaur vertebra .... keep you eyes open for these specimens in one of our forthcoming books. We will certainly be attending again next year!
Mammoth tooth and iguanodontid dinosaur vertebra
Our author Pete Lawrance with a copy of his Trilobites of the World atlas
Some examples of the fossils on display
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