The FOSSIL Project on Facebook

Here are our most popular Facebook posts in recent months:

chuckfrev1Chuck Ferrara, President of the Southwest Florida Fossil Society, explains to a local news channel the reason why Venice Beach, Florida, is such a great place to find fossilized shark teeth.

Dr. Catalina Pimiento discusses The Discovery Channel’s mockumentaries on Megalodon and their impact on her research in The Guardian.

The R.O.C.K.S. video on fossil preparation with Tylor Birthisel from the Natural History Museum of Utah.


Chad Oliver, WBBH News Fort Myers, FL
Chad Oliver, WBBH News Fort Myers, FL



Miss seeing us on Facebook?

If you have “liked” the FOSSIL Project Facebook page, but think that you are missing out on some of our posts, you just might be! Facebook sometimes makes it harder for you as a user to see posts from pages like ours. In order to ensure you see our posts, you need to change a few settings.

First, navigate to the FOSSIL Project’s Facebook page,

Then, hover with your mouse over the button that says “Liked” in the bottom right corner of our banner image. You’ll see options to “choose what you see from this page” and click “notifications.” Check all the boxes for posts you want to get notifications about. We only post once per day, so you will never get spammed with a lot of notifications about our posts.

By getting notified when we post something on Facebook, you’ll be able to see the latest news from the FOSSIL Project! We love seeing stories from our community, so please post on our wall, comment on our stories, or join the conversation about paleontology!