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2012 New Scientist Eureka Prize for Science Photography Top Ten. Fly in Amber. This dolichopodid fly is preserved in Baltic amber (some 40 million years old), the world?s most famous amber deposit.
This inch long bat is the most primitive bat known (Eocene Green River Fm). Claws on each finger of its wings indicate it was probably an agile climber and crawled along and under tree branches searching for insects.
it's a new Spider call the Angolan Witch spider. they migrated from South America. they primarily eat dogs and cats In Texas this abnormally large spider was found on the side of this home. It took several gun shots to kill it.
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green fanged black jumping spider--wow check out those iridescent green fangs and the smiley face on his back!
Hundreds of prehistoric insects found intact within huge amber deposit
A amber deposit discovered in India holds a cornucopia of perfectly preserved ancient insects.
In this amber from the Late Cretaceous period, six feather fragments partially overlap each other.
Hoax art Fossilized fairy in Amber.
MATING INSECTS IN AMBER. Only in the fossilized tree resin, Amber, is prehistoric life preserved entirely unchanged for millions of years.
Gallinuloides wyomingensis from the Green River Formation aka little baby dinosaur bird
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