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Mt. Blanco Fossil Co
P.O. Box 550
Texas  79322
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Open by appointment only. Please call to schedule.

Tel. 806-675-7777
Fax. 806-675-2421


Welcome to Mt. Blanco Fossil Museum
Digging up the facts of God's Creation: One fossil at a time.
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New Episode March 18th!
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David Rives
Lubbock, TX Oct. 13th.
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Colorado Dig 8-14
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Giants Conference creates
BIG interest. Click Here

We Moved a Florida
Mastodon.  Click Here  

Kansas Dig May 2014
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No on Pot From Former
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Mastodon looses his head! 
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Allosaur Skull at AiG
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Incredible Blue Tusk Mammoth
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Brown Mammoth Tusk FOR SALE!
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New From Mt. Blanco Casts!!!

Cast of Mummified Elongated Skull of a Baby With Red Hair! This is extremely unique.  

Cast $325 plus $25 US

The brain capacity of this person was nearly 20% larger than normal..

This is the skull that was all over the web recently. It appeared in the story claiming that the DNA in it was of no known human type. HOWEVER, this is not the skull that was tested. The tests were done on another skull. We do not have DNA on this skull yet. We removed the hair temporarily to mold the skull.

Casts: $355 plus shipping $25 in USA

Cast: $65.00 plus shipping $10.00 in USAA

Strange Things In Peru!!!


The cast of this strange skull, known as Chamacho #18, is $250 on stand, plus shipping. Colored like original.

Click here for more information about this exciting discovery! very!

WATCHERS 6 preview now available!  Check it out at...   WATCHERS 6


$39.00 Plus $5.00 Shipping


Call for more information.

The Chupacabra is gone to the Lost World Museum in Phoenix, NY.

Thanks to John Adolfi for loaning it back to Texas for four years


Regarding the controversial Ft. Worth Star Telegram article about the Chupacabra.


New from Mt. Blanco Fossil News.....

You can now purchase ALL of the 2011 -2012 magazines as one bound magazine!!

$39 plus s/h






Long Hair
 by Joe Taylor. $10.00 plus shipping. Order a dozen for $90 and save.


Bone Digger by Whitney Yule Hall, now available... 


Mt. Blanco Fossil News and Journal of Omniology
US subscriptions: $40 for SIX Bimonthly issues!!!!!

Single issues also available for $8.00 each plus $3.50 s/h

  Cast For Sale
Clute Mammoth Wooden Bowl
Cast of Ice Age bowl found with the Clute Mammoth $65.00+shipping

Fossils Facts and Fantasies is back in print and available for order online. 

New Arrival...The 16 Ancestors of all Mankind by Harold Hunt



News Fossil News, Reports & Editorials Archives
Read all of our current (2009) and past (2001-2008) archives here.
  Recent News:
"No, on Pot" From a Former Smoker
John Taylor writes about why he is against pot
 ICA Stones News
Joe Taylor traveled to Peru and investigated the original ICA burial stones showing humans and dinosaurs together.  Joe is preparing a Powerpoint presentation on his findings.  Call (806)675-7777 or (806)675-2421 to schedule a presentation.

Catalog Fossil Catalog
We sell reproductions of over 300 fossils.  We also sell real fossils, and can help you find almost any cast.
About Us About Mt. Blanco
We are a working museum.  We dig a lot and restore a lot of fossils from other groups and individuals.  We do research and are involved in a variety of productions.
Tour Tour the Mt. Blanco Museum
Museum Director Joe Taylor gives guided lecture tours of the facility.  He talks about the displays from local fossil beds as well as artifacts from around the world. Visitors may purchase replicates of actual fossils they see in the museum.



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