Gina-Marie Becker

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Egg-straordinary find: Workers point to the dinosaur eggs that were discovered as they were fitting a new sewage pipe in Heyuan, south-east China

Fossil Egg-straordinary find: Workers point to the dinosaur eggs that were discovered as they were fitting a new sewage pipe in Heyuan, south-east China

Eurypterid (sea scorpions) are an extinct group of arthropods related to arachnids which include the largest known arthropods that ever lived

Eurypterid (sea scorpions) are an extinct group of arthropods related to arachnids which include the largest known arthropods that ever lived. Giant Silurian sea scorpion (the eurypterid Mixopterus)

Megalodon (meaning 'big tooth') is an extinct species of shark

An long Megalodon tooth from the Atacama desert of Chile. A very small number of Megalodon teeth legitimately over 7 inches have been found. This would have correlated to a massive shark about feet in lenght.

Fossil spider found in Mongolia is largest spider fossil on record.

Fossilised spider 'biggest on record' The female, which lived about 165 million years ago, belongs to a collection of spiders well known today - the golden orb weavers. Until this new fossil turned up in Inner Mongolia, the most ancient example from this

Papuan Jellyfish Mastigias Papua, Palau Print By Hiroya Minakuchi

Papuan Jellyfish Mastigias Papua, Palau Art Print by Hiroya Minakuchi. All prints are professionally printed, packaged, and shipped within 3 - 4 business days. Choose from multiple sizes and hundreds of frame and mat options.

GIANT FOSSIL PALM AND STINGRAY Heliobatus radians, Sabalites sp., Knightia sp. Eocene Green River Formation, Lincoln Co., Wyoming, USA The Heliobatus Stingray is one of the rarer species to be found in the Green River Fossil Lake Formation in southwest Wyoming.

Giant fossil palm and stingray. Green River Formation in Wyoming. The Heliobatus Stingray is one of the rarer species to be found in the Green River Fossil Lake Formation in southwest Wyoming.

The oarfish is the longest bony fish. A specimen was caught that was 56 feet long.

The Oarfish is a rare, solitary, and giant denizen of the ocean depths (arguably larger than a Whale Shark. (The as opposed to the Whale Shark, in the Guinness Book of World Records.)) and is a filter feeder, comfortable cruising at depths of 200 m.