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A new landmark study has found that the current rate of species extinctions is more than times greater than their natural rate, according to the Center

Turtle Fossil The shell is actually hardened skin, (sensitive to the touch) and its backbone and ribs are attached to it.

An ancient fossil of a sea turtle that swam the oceans millions of years ago.

Fossil Fern- "Fossil Fern  This is a fossil fern that I found in Russellville AR and its from the Pennsylvanian, an era within the Carboniferous, which was about 300 million years ago, rounded off of course. I believe it to be a neuropteris fern."

Fossil Fern- "Fossil Fern This is a fossil fern that I found in Russellville AR and its from the Pennsylvanian, an era within the Carboniferous, which was about 300 million years ago, rounded off of course. I believe it to be a neuropteris fern.

fossil - Google zoeken

fossil - Google zoeken

Russian Trilobite Cybele bellatula  Cybele bellatula   Trilobite Order Phacopida, Family Encrinuridae Russian Phacopid Trilobite   Geological Time: Lower Ordovician  Size: 45 mm  Fossil Site: Kunda Level deposits of the Wolchow River region near Saint Petersburg, Russia

Russian Trilobite Cybele bellatula Cybele bellatula Trilobite Order Phacopida, Family Encrinuridae Russian Phacopid Trilobite Geological Time: Lower Ordovician Size: 45 mm Fossil Site: Kunda Level deposits of the Wolchow River region near Saint Petersburg, Russia

1993, Confuciusornis: This 125-million-year-old bird was discovered in China. Many hundreds of specimens have now been identified.

Confuciusornis: This bird fossil was discovered in China. Many hundreds of specimens have now been identified.

Louisville Fossils and Beyond: Platycrinites saffordi Crinoid

Louisville Fossils and Beyond: Platycrinites saffordi Crinoid, an extinct sea lily

Diplomystus dentatus with Knightia in its mouth - Green River Formation Fossils - Fossil Butte National Monument, Wyoming

Diplomystus dentatus with Knightia in its mouth - Green River Formation Fossils - Fossil Butte National Monument, Wyoming

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