Nebraska's 9-Million-Year-Old Lake Mac Fossil Ivory and Cabbing Rough

Nebraska's Fossil Ivory
By Jim Landon

Underwater paleontology reveals 9-million-year-old cabbing rough of fossil ivory as well as ancient beasts. Join Jim Landon and his colleagues as they explore the historical treasures of Lake Mac in Central Nebraska. Fascinating for all mineral buffs, jewelry makers, fossil fans, and anyone interested in the ancient world. And check out the accompanying article in the April 2011 issue of Lapidary Journal Jewelry Artist.

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