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Joschua Knüppe Aug 17
Results from the A second version of Metridiochoerus, the new stegosaurs Adratiklit, Hemingwaya and Asaphus.
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Annette McGrath Aug 20
Look at this little beauty for , it is Trinucleus fimbriatus, a Silurian age from the Windermere Supergroup near Kendal, . It had no eyes but is thought to have had a highly developed sensory system - the pitted rim around the head shield 1/
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🌈 Palaeoiris 🦕 Jul 8
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Laura McLain 🦖 Jul 20
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Dave Rudkin Dec 3
triple header!! A complete ventral Olenellus gilberti, isolated cephalon of Olenellus chiefensis, and a tiny meraspid Olenellus sp. - from the 'Lower' Cambrian Pioche Shale (~510 million yrs), Lincoln Co., NV, USA IP55120
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Michael Kurth Apr 3
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Dave Rudkin Jul 13
If you ever wondered what a might look like if had made the transition to land ...
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Ruhrpottjung⚒ Dec 21
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Matthew Rhodes Mar 15
This prickly pal is a of the genus Comura. It crawled around warm, shallow seas 408 million years ago in present-day Morocco. Much like a cactus or porcupine, an array of defensive spines lined its body to deter predators from attacking.
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John Moffitt Feb 2
Replying to @TakeGreenRoad
But some of the bugs are not so creepy.
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Nadine, Hunter of Rocks Feb 8
Does this look a bit odd? That's because it's been deformed by tectonic forces!
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Dino Dad Reviews Dec 8
I'm not too bad a painter as it turns out! I'm really pleased with how my fossil magnet from looks! I opted for more color to make it look alive rather than a fossil. 😁 It was also strangely relaxing. 😌 The kids enjoyed painting too! Pics of theirs later.
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Kelsey Mar 1
In honour of , here are some snaps of amazing fossils, taken during a recent visit to the !
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🌈 Palaeoiris 🦕 Aug 5
Replying to @palaeoiris
Here is the lineup. Both silver and gold metallic backing options available this time!
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Dr. Rod Taylor Jul 30
Adult and juvenile Paradoxides davidis, a from . The fine 'wrinkles' are called terrace lines, which were used for monitoring (and possibly guiding) currents in the surrounding seawater.
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Phys.org Jan 10
Reconstruction of ancestral range in the southern hemisphere
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Tim Fedak Jun 6
Specimens of a from Kennetcook Nova Scotia were displayed at the International Exhibition of 1862, later named Phillipsia howi (Billings 1863) - in honour of Prof Henry How from King's College, Windsor, NS
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Fermí Pérez Jan 22
Delicate specimen of Acantharges mbareki. Middle Devonian 390My from Morocco.
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Dr. Ramazan Demirtaş Jun 30
A giant species of inhabited Australian waters half a billion years ago.Trilobites first appeared around 520 million years ago and lasted for about 270 million years.
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DigAtlasAncientLife 41m
Teach your students with our annotated 3D models! Check out the rest of the in our Virtual Collection!
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