SkullsFossils.com Uncovers Fascinating, Prehistoric Skull and Fossil Replicas

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Founder of SkullsFossils.com, Lee Conklin is pleased to announce the launch of his brand-new website. Launched in May 2010, the web store attracts shoppers with a touch of paleontological appreciation through the distribution of prehistoric skull and fossil replicas. Visit the site’s newly formulated blog to read-up on the history of dinosaurs as well as the many educational aspects of the merchandise.

I've always had a fascination for dinosaurs, therefore, I decided to transform my passion into business to provide others with touch of history and educational conversation for a home, office or classroom

Web entrepreneur Lee Conklin is pleased to announce the publication of his brand-new website, SkullsFossils.com. Launched just last month, the web store was put together to attract shoppers with a fascination for paleontology and dinosaurs as well as provide educational resources for classrooms, homes and more.

“I’ve always had a fascination for dinosaurs, therefore, I decided to transform my passion into business to provide others with touch of history and educational conversation for a home, office or classroom,” Conklin said.

At SkullsFossils.com, shoppers are invited to browse through an exciting variety of prehistoric skull and fossil replicas in the following categories:dinosaur fossils, carnivore skulls, humanoid skulls, primate skulls, modern skulls, tooth and claw fossils as well as sea and egg fossils. Gasp at the fangs of a saber tooth tiger or compare the similarities of a homo-erectus cranium to that of a modern-day human skull; each touch of history holds the potential to generate discussion with strangers while adding an educational accent to its place of display.

To learn more about the many educational aspects of the available products as well as the historical tidbits that accompany each time period, shoppers are encouraged to visit the website’s newly formulated blog, http://www.SkullsFossilsBlog.com. This interactive tool will also be used to discuss paleontology and dinosaur history.

“Most people don’t realize the Tyrannosaurus Rex was predominantly of North American descent,” Conklin said. “Other similar tidbits will appear regularly on my blog as we strive to be entertaining and educational.”

SkullsFossils.com, where high-quality products are matched with superior standards of customer service to ensure the ultimate shopping experience!

About the Company:
SkullsFossils.com is owned and operated by web entrepreneur, Lee Conklin.

Lee Conklin
http://www.SkullsFossils.com
(888) 295-1936

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