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Lepidotus sp  Jurassic Period – approx. 180 million years old Holzmaden, Germany

180 million years old Holzmaden, Germany.

Fósiles de Chengjiang                                                       …

Chengjiang Fossil Site (China): A hilly 512 ha site in Yunnan province…

fossils by rivergrl307, via Flickr

Fossil on display at the Denver Museum of Natural History @ Sea Monsters

Fossil Permian amphibian (Sclerocephalus sp.) in association with the earliest conifer species (Walchia speciosa). These salamander-like amphibians once inhabited swamps in what is now Southwest Germany.

) in association with the earliest conifer species (Walchia speciosa). These salamander-like amphibians once inhabited swamps in what is now Southwest Germany

Turtle fossil ~K~ Still a TURTLE ! Not a part turtle/part bird, or part lizard, or part frog !

Turtle fossil from the Jurassic deposits of Solnhofen, Germany.

Fossil aggregation of two species of Snake (Ogmophis sp) and (Calamagras sp) from the Oligocene Age, 32 Million Years Old, Wyoming

Fossil aggregation of two species of Snake (Ogmophis sp) and (Calamagras sp) from the Oligocene Age, 32 Million Years Old, Wyoming (Time to go looking for one)

XIPHACTINUS SKULL REPLICA

Old fossil fish discovered in China, from the Mesozoic Jurassic period

Armored Placoderm Bothriolepis

The name Bothriolepis means "pitted scale" after the fantastic texture of the bony plating that covered the body of this prehistoric freshwater placoderm (armored fish), the first jawed vertebrates to appear on Earth.

Devonian Period wasp nest coral found in the North Vernon Limestone of Clark County, Indiana.

A wasp nest in coral, from the Devonian Period, found in Indiana. I am obsessed with wasp nest. A fossilized wasp nest!

Sciurumimus Albersdoerferi Dinosaur- A Feathered Theropod But Not Related To Birds

With 98 per cent of its skeleton preserved, this young predatory theropod from southern Germany may be the most complete dinosaur ever found. Go to a dinosaur park and see all fossils

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