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Ikan Terbang Trias Potanichthys xingyiensis

Earliest fossil flying fish, Potanichthys xingyiensis, found in China provide the earliest evidence of vertebrate over-water gliding strategy.

Baby Woolly Rhino Discovered In Siberia Is The First Ever Found / The Huffington Post	 By: Jacqueline Howard  2/25/15  Scientists are going gaga over the recent discovery of a baby woolly rhino.  The pristine specimen of the tiny extinct rhino - 18 mos at time of death, 10,000 years ago was discovered in permafrost along the bank of a stream in Siberia's Sakha Republic. The specimen includes the animal's wool, an ear, an eye, nostrils, and skull and mouth.

Baby Woolly Rhino Stuns Scientists

rhino sasha- Baby Woolly Rhino discovered in Siberia is the first ever found.

First Dinosaur Footprints Found on Arabian Peninsula

First Dinosaur Footprints Found on Arabian Peninsula

Stenopterygius was physically similar to the better known Ichthyosaurus, but had a smaller skull and narrower flippers. Beautifully preserved fossils of Stenopterygius have been found in Germany.Its skull was extended into a kind of a beak and was armed with a quantity of large teeth. The limbs had been transformed to fin-like structures. The tail terminated in a large, semicircular, leathery, vertical caudal fin and even a triangular dorsal fin was present

Stenopterygius was physically similar to the better known Ichthyosaurus, but had a smaller skull and narrower flippers. Beautifully preserved fossils of Stenopterygius have been found in Germany.Its skull was extended into a kind of a beak and was armed with a quantity of large teeth. The limbs had been transformed to fin-like structures. The tail terminated in a large, semicircular, leathery, vertical caudal fin and even a triangular dorsal fin was present

Mungo Man, discovered in 1974, was an early human inhabitant of the continent of Australia, who is believed to have lived between 68,000 and 40,000 years ago, during the Pleistocene epoch. The remains are the oldest anatomically modern human remains found in Australia to date.

Mungo Man, was an early human inhabitant of Australia, who is believed to have lived between and years ago, during the Pleistocene epoch. The remains are the oldest anatomically modern human remains found in Australia to date.

Sea Scorpions caught in a time stream.

Sea Scorpions caught in a time stream. Wow, whatever happened sure happened in a flash to trap the moving animals so fast.

Annularia Fossil -- a horsetail from the Carboniferous Period.

Annularia Fossil, horsetail frm th Carboniferous Period

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Trilobites, my mom's favorite fossil. I actually bought her a small stone with a tiny trilobite in it for her birthday on year.

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