FOSSIL FISH everyone can afford!! Get one mini Knightia eoceana in a floating 4 x 4 display case with stand. Knightia eoceana is an extinct genus of clupeid bony fish that lived in the freshwater lakes and rivers of North America and Asia during the Eocene epoch. The genus was erected by David Starr Jordan in 1907, in honor of the late University of Wyoming professor Wilbur Clinton Knight, "an indefatigable student of the paleontology of the Rocky Mountains." It is the official state fossil of Wyoming, and the most commonly excavated fossil fish in the world.
These have been restored to bring out their natural beauty.