Ученые наконец-то признали, что люди сосуществовали с гигантскими млекопитающими  магистр естественных наук Браян Томас  Во время ледникового периода гигантские млекопитающие заселяли континент Северной Америки, но жили ли рядом с ними люди? В месте раскопок на пляже Веро Бич на западном побережье штата Флорида были обнаружены ископаемые останки мамонтов, мастодонтов, гигантского наземного ленивца, а также человеческие окаменелости. Проблема заключается в том, что, согласно обычной истории…

Ученые наконец-то признали, что люди сосуществовали с гигантскими млекопитающими магистр естественных наук Браян Томас Во время ледникового периода гигантские млекопитающие заселяли континент Северной Америки, но жили ли рядом с ними люди? В месте раскопок на пляже Веро Бич на западном побережье штата Флорида были обнаружены ископаемые останки мамонтов, мастодонтов, гигантского наземного ленивца, а также человеческие окаменелости. Проблема заключается в том, что, согласно обычной истории…

"The Irish Deer or Giant Deer was a species of Megaloceros and one of the largest deer that ever lived. Its range extended across Eurasia, from Ireland to east of Lake Baikal, during the Late Pleistocene. The latest known remains of the species have been carbon dated to about 7,700 years ago." More at the post. Text & image via vincentkhoo819 And, look at those vertebral spines in the upper thoracic region!  Must have been attachment site for some massive muscles.

"The Irish Deer or Giant Deer was a species of Megaloceros and one of the largest deer that ever lived. Its range extended across Eurasia, from Ireland to east of Lake Baikal, during the Late Pleistocene. The latest known remains of the species have been carbon dated to about 7,700 years ago." More at the post. Text & image via vincentkhoo819 And, look at those vertebral spines in the upper thoracic region! Must have been attachment site for some massive muscles.

These are fossils of deep sea fauna discovered off the coast of Florida.

New fossils suggest ancient origins of modern-day deep-sea animals

These are fossils of deep sea fauna discovered off the coast of Florida.

Cooksonia pertoni - Mushroom fossil  (~ 2.5cm tall) from Shropshire, UK, from the Upper Silurian. Much thanks to Hans Steur for permitting us to share his work. Botany Photo of the Day UBC Botanical Garden & Center for Plant Research

Cooksonia pertoni - Mushroom fossil (~ 2.5cm tall) from Shropshire, UK, from the Upper Silurian. Much thanks to Hans Steur for permitting us to share his work. Botany Photo of the Day UBC Botanical Garden & Center for Plant Research

Kryptos palaios http://chronicle.uchicago.edu/080221/sereno.shtml http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2008-02/15/content_7609912.htm http://www.cosmosmagazine.com/news/odd-predatory-dinos-share-features-with-hyena-and-shark/

Kryptos palaios http://chronicle.uchicago.edu/080221/sereno.shtml http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2008-02/15/content_7609912.htm http://www.cosmosmagazine.com/news/odd-predatory-dinos-share-features-with-hyena-and-shark/

Plate XVII. - Tertiary Fossils from Florida. Fig. 1, Marginella aurora, x 3/4, Miocene. 2, Nassa bidentata, x 3/4, Miocene and Pliocene. 3, Purpura conradi, x 2/3, Miocene. 4, Natica floridana, X 1/2, Miocene. 5, Mitra wilcoxi, x 1/2, Miocene. 6, Fasciolaria tulipa, x 1/2, Pliocene. 7, Typhis floridana, Pliocene. 8, Turbo rectogrammicus, x 1/2, Pliocene. (After Dall).

Plate XVII. - Tertiary Fossils from Florida. Fig. 1, Marginella aurora, x 3/4, Miocene. 2, Nassa bidentata, x 3/4, Miocene and Pliocene. 3, Purpura conradi, x 2/3, Miocene. 4, Natica floridana, X 1/2, Miocene. 5, Mitra wilcoxi, x 1/2, Miocene. 6, Fasciolaria tulipa, x 1/2, Pliocene. 7, Typhis floridana, Pliocene. 8, Turbo rectogrammicus, x 1/2, Pliocene. (After Dall).

Diving & Digging for Fossils - Aucilla River, Florida. Many well preserved fossils found here.

Diving & Digging for Fossils - Aucilla River, Florida. Many well preserved fossils found here.

Haootia quadriformis, holotype specimen. Scale bar - 10 mm.  Paleontologists Dr Martin Brasier of the U. Oxford and the Memorial U. of Newfoundland, Dr Alexander Liu of the U. of Cambridge and their colleagues have uncovered the fossil of a muscle-bearing organism that thrived in what is now Newfoundland in Canada during the Ediacaran period, about 560 million years ago. They have interpreted it as a cnidarian, the group which contains modern animals such as corals, sea anemones and…

Haootia quadriformis, holotype specimen. Scale bar - 10 mm. Paleontologists Dr Martin Brasier of the U. Oxford and the Memorial U. of Newfoundland, Dr Alexander Liu of the U. of Cambridge and their colleagues have uncovered the fossil of a muscle-bearing organism that thrived in what is now Newfoundland in Canada during the Ediacaran period, about 560 million years ago. They have interpreted it as a cnidarian, the group which contains modern animals such as corals, sea anemones and…

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Florida's Fossils

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