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This plant fossil is from the Metasequoia. It is a redwood tree and ancestor to the giant redwoods of California. These plant fossils come from the Muddy Creek Formation, Beaverhead county, Montana. They date to the Oligocene epoch about 30 million years ago.

Metasequoia Covered much of North America at the begining of the Tertiary Period 65 million years ago. Since then their numbers have steadily gone down. There is one valley in China where Metasequoia are still found today. This is a sample of our inventory. Your metasequoia fossil will be similiar to the one pictured here. Buy with confidence. Your satisfaction is guaranteed at

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