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Calymene trilobites, 1 to 2 inches in length, from the Anti-Atlas region of Morocco. They are from the Paleozoic Era, Ordovician Period, around 450 million years old. Trilobites are known to have migrated vast distances across the ocean floor in single file, following scent trails not unlike modern lobsters or ants. As such, they may be useful for workings involving travel, patience, leadership, making someone move, increasing industriousness, achieving goals, etc. Due to their strong association with early life on earth they may also be used in ancestral workings. However, due to the manner in which they have been preserved (and, in some cases, repaired by those who found them), these fossils are somewhat fragile and are not suitable for use in bone-reading kits as they are very likely to break if thrown.